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Free Spirit , Born to Fly
The goal is to be Happy🌸 Lawyer| Tax and Internet Enthusiast | Digital Economy | TMT Law
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Mzee Edd πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ Dec 4
My girl ❀️
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Youth4IG Dec 5
Our first Community Talks webinar was a success! Thank you to all of you who joined as well as to our speakers for sharing their expertise and experiences. Stay tuned for our next one!
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Free Spirit , Born to Fly Dec 5
We are , we create policies that can sustain Africa in network connection, business and societal needs. Think about the inter - RIR transfer and follow the conversation
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Shadrach Ankrah Dec 5
I and my fellows are really enjoying today's policy discussion on Inter-RIR IPv4 Transfer. We need IPv4 for future development of Africa. The is everyone's business.
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Anakin Dec 4
Fellas, invest in your Mrs’ business. Time, advice, financially, emotionally, whatever...invest. Win together.
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Digital Grassroots Dec 4
Glad to see our DIGRA Ambassador Vallarie Yiega in action! We need more young people involved in Internet Governance
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Joshua K. Njenga Dec 3
KENYA'S WHINERS 1. WOMEN 51% of Kenyans are women; but they elect 99% male leaders and then spend 5 years begging for 1/3 of government jobs. 2. YOUTH 68% of Kenyans are under 35; but they elect people over 50 and then spend 5 years crying that government is full of old people.
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Free Spirit , Born to Fly Dec 4
Aki mimi huhema, acha kushoutπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Free Spirit , Born to Fly Dec 4
Replying to @vcuonbi @uonbi and 2 others
Come to for bench marking, and the entire team have a world class bottom up approach to researcher training
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Free Spirit , Born to Fly Dec 4
provide research collaborations in line with their mandate and work as a regional internet registry, this opens the space for students, researchers and young people - am glad he shed more light on how young people can get involved, a question I asked
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Afshin Nazir Dec 3
Financing Africa by is a must-read book for any person interested in matters tax and finance. Started reading the first few chapters and can't seem to keep the book down πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ scholarly work at its best.
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Free Spirit , Born to Fly Dec 3
Amazing team with most vibrant smiles😊😊
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Prof Attiya Waris Dec 3
NEWS: Yesterday the and hosted a dinner for the sub-committee on and were so encouraging to my young ! Thank you!
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Shadrach Ankrah Dec 3
fellow. Awesome meeting fellow s from different parts of the African Continent at AFRINIC-31 Policy Meeting.
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Nanghaka Daniel Dec 3
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Nanghaka Daniel Dec 3
Yaovi Atohoun gives an overview and status of Universal Acceptance UA and acceptance of Email addresses by top 100 websites globally
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Hildah maina Dec 3
Icann multistakeholder community in support of internet penetration and domain name growth.
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AFRINIC-The Regional Internet Registry for Africa Dec 3
We have put together all the photos from the AFRINIC31 Opening Ceremony. Feel free to tag those you know, don't forget to tag yourself by using the event hashtags!
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christian D Bope, Ph.D Dec 3
Replying to @AFRINIC
We need a reliable, efficient and affordable connections in Africa. IPV6 is the future. Let deploy IPV6
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AFRINIC FELLOWSHIP Dec 3
We had a fruitful Fellows Induction yesterday here in for . 14 fellows from 13 African's countries
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