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[rpd] Declaration of War by Banjamin Ledoh
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Fri Dec 7 12:47:14 UTC 2018
What I am seeing today is a clear reflection of a scenario where someone
was told in Hammammet that he does not belong to this community meanwhile
he has contributed to the development of this community.
Benjamin this attack shows how low you can go to achieve you goals. You are
saying you have to engage in intellectual discourse but this is not a
discussion and cannot be engaged in by any progressive mind.
I was in Hammammet and I saw no exchange of scripts by Nigerians to oppose
anything . In fact they were other policies in which Nigerians participated
in. Just because an individual does not support your ideals or does not
support a policy you are supporting does not make him or her a nonentity in
Why should the young future of tomorrows policy decisions sit down by the
side and watch people like you who can go so low to attack personalities. I
think you need to be schooled on mailing etiquettes because you have also
attacked Jordi's personality just like it was done in Hammammet based on
his contributions to the growth of this community.
I am a Nigerian and an African proudly and they will be no war anywhere
because your actions do not reflect your comments.
I am a lecturer in a University in Nigeria and I will like all my students
to participate in the PDP process if need be because the decisions taken
will affect the future generation which is theirs and should not be
poisoned or hijacked by your actions.
On Friday, December 7, 2018, Benjamin Ledoh <benjamin.ledoh at gmail.com>
> Hi Daniel,
> LOL - Why are you becoming emotional LOL You have to engage in
> intellectual discourse - that is the way way progressive minds go.
> It is established that you have truly brought your fellow Nigerians to
> Hammamet. GREAT! Congratulations to your University for paying for their
> trip to Hammamet! (Your university is reach and turned into Foundation to
> send students to oppose policy - I am wondering or the real LA-Foundation
> is out there). Since you are claiming that you brought them to have a so
> called exposure, why were they given script to read and oppose? Don't you
> think that it would be wise for them to sit and observe how business is
> Well I am not for WAR, rather PEACE.
> *By the way, it is your own fellow Nigerians who are reporting this
> mercenary business you are undertaking and they are feeling ashamed for you
> because you have sold your opinion. So start your war in Nigeria.*
> PEACE - PEACE - PEACE - I am only reporting.
> PS - Are you going to send your recruits to Jordi's Academy of Policy
> Writing (JAPW)? I am only asking - SHALOM.
> On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 11:12 AM Daniel Yakmut <yakmutd at googlemail.com>
>> Dear Benjamin !!!
>> I take serious exception to your comment, I work in the University and
>> part of my responsibility is to expose my students to the practice of
>> Internet Governance and attending AfriNIC is part of it. Unfortunately, you
>> or any other person does not have the capacity to buy my opinion.
>> If you are in the business of being sponsored by name withheld to
>> destabilise progressive community, just typical of your kind in the West
>> Africa region. I can see that is why you are supporting a sponsored policy.
>> ignorant of you, we have not supported the review policy way before
>> Hammamet. Because we saw through the policy, that it is poison and
>> clannishly sponsored.
>> Attendance to AfriNIC by sponsorship should be applauded. But if you want
>> a war with benefactors of other people, I don't I have a problem with that,
>> you will have the people to contend with.
>> I will clearly tell you I have been in AfriNIC, i am sure long before you
>> know it. So, your kind cannot intimidate me by no means. When you hit a
>> brick wall you tend to reduce serious business to village square matter.
>> VERY TYPICAL.
>> --- Daniel
>> On Dec 7, 2018, at 11:36 AM, Benjamin Ledoh <benjamin.ledoh at gmail.com>
>> Hi Daniel,
>> It is true that you have been contracted by a certain Foundation (name
>> withheld) to recruit some young Nigerians, whose trips to Hammamet were
>> paid for by the Foundation, to oppose the Review policy during AFRINIC-29
>> This question to is coming from the fact that there is a rumor going
>> round and generally, there is no smoke without fire.
>> RPD mailing list
>> RPD at afrinic.net
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