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Fri Feb 26 10:50:26 UTC 2021
Furthermore, I think that's where NoMCOM comes in to state if the candidate
is qualified or not by carrying out an audit and screening.
Was Dewole or Sami or Seun not voted for in an election? Was there a
pandemic when their elections were held?
I don't think online elections produce below par candidates. For me it's a
step towards integrating innovation and development as part of our process.
On Friday, February 26, 2021, Anthony Ubah <ubah.tonyiyke at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Marriam,
> The is grossly subjective. I won't comment on your opinion about the
> former co-chairs. However I want to comment on the election process, which
> in my own opinion of the last one was a transparent and simple process,
> which left no one dissatisfied.
> Putting facts in, you cannot say an online election will always produce
> candidates below par or inexperienced as you put it. The onus is on the
> community to vote it candidates that th trust can deliver, and not the
> opinion from a few.
> Kind regards,
> On Fri, Feb 26, 2021, 8:29 AM Mirriam <mirriamlauren at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hi Anthony,
>> Even WG consensus has been tried and tested as a great procedure in the
>> past and you can ask Dewole, Sami, Seun etc.....
>> As a WG, let us not shy away from the fact that in recent past two well
>> meaning but inexperienced co-chairs who kept getting things very wrong got
>> selected by voting. Don't get me wrong, voting by ranked choice may be good
>> second option.
>> The fall back to the board also sounds as a reasonable selection process
>> with involvement of WG if board can float candidates.
>> Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
>> On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 1:46 AM, Anthony Ubah
>> <ubah.tonyiyke at gmail.com> wrote:
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