[Community-Discuss] [members-discuss] Update on legal case
jaberamatogoro at gmail.com
Fri Jul 30 06:48:17 UTC 2021
I am sending my congratulations to TISPA for showing the way. This has been
our spirit since then, we will always be there for any initiative designed
to impact African Independence and to be specific in the support of AFRINIC.
"The role of Tanzania in fostering African Liberation movements
The emergence of organised popular liberation movements throughout Africa
following the end of the Second World War was a crucial factor in achieving
independence for many African countries. Tanzania played an important role
in assisting these movements and acted as a consistent opponent of colonial
rule in Africa. In particular, Julius Nyerere – the architect of Tanzania’s
independence and the country’s first President – was a key figure in the
struggle against foreign domination, and helped to popularise the concept
of Pan-African unity."
Africa should remember, there are still many Julius Nyerere in Tanzania. We
stand with Afrinic and we will be against anyone supporting any movement to
negatively impact the operation of AFRINIC. Read, The African Network
Information Centre (AFRINIC) is a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for
Africa and the Indian Ocean region, AFRINIC is responsible for the
distribution and management of Internet number resources.
Assistant Lecturer and Coordinator for Research & Publication
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
College of Informatics and Virtual Education
The University of Dodoma
On Tue, Jul 27, 2021 at 12:48 PM Ali Hussein <ali at hussein.me.ke> wrote:
> I have been following this saga for a few days now and I can't help but
> wonder (And this is aside from discussing the case of Cloud Innovation and
> AfriNIC) I want to address the process of Mauritian law.
> How does a court in Mauritius freeze the bank accounts of another company
> through ex parte proceedings? For those who might not understand what I
> mean - *ex parte is **done with respect to or in the interests of one
> side only or of an interested outside party. *This is a basic tenet in
> law. Was Afrinic given an opportunity to defend itself before these orders
> to freeze its accounts were given? Or were summons given and Afrinic
> ignored them?
> If the former is true then maybe it's time to address the issue of the
> domicility of Afrinic. Maybe Mauritius is too hostile for a
> Pan-African-based organization. How else do you interpreter this? A court
> giving an unprecedented ex parte ruling against an African Organization in
> favor of a Hongkong-based organization who we are all clear is a purveyor
> of African IP Addresses to organizations outside of Africa as its core
> business model.
> Let's put aside all this hullabaloo of ohh...The board didn't do
> this...Oooh the board should have done this! and let's address the elephant
> in the room. Everything else is a sideshow.
> *Ali Hussein*
> Digital Transformation
> Tel: +254 713 601113
> Twitter: @AliHKassim
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> Any information of a personal nature expressed in this email are purely
> mine and do not necessarily reflect the official positions of the
> organizations that I work with.
> On Tue, Jul 27, 2021 at 11:31 AM Ronald F. Guilmette <
> rfg at tristatelogic.com> wrote:
>> In message <9C433F54-9167-45D9-8B3C-F50998E6E32C at delong.com>,
>> Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
>> >> That is certainly NOT a document that I have seen.
>> >Understandable, since as I stated, it was a private message sent by
>> >Respondent to Petitioner.
>> >I am seeking approval from our legal team to provide it.
>> Well, no offense Owen, but I also have in my posession a document that
>> definitively proves that you are Satan. I would like to share that
>> with everyone, but my lawyer won't let me. Until he does however
>> I think that everyone should just take it on faith, because I'm
>> always right and I never lie.
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