[AFRI-Discuss] Vote Result: AFRALO Regional Election 2014 (Secretary)
otieno.barrack at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 01:39:03 UTC 2014
Many thanks Pastor Peters and brothers from the African continent,
I wish to thank all the ALSes that voted for me and those that did not
for such a great election. I also wish to thank my colleague Phillip
for being open to the contest as well as commend him for the work he
has done since he took over from the previous Secretary, we need each
other to strengthen the Internet eco-system in Africa and i pledge to
work with every ALS.
I look forwad to working with the Chairman, Vice Chairman as well as
other AFRALO officers and ICANN staff in improving the stature and
image of AFRALO globally and i will certainly count on every member
to make this happen.
I thank you all once again
On 8/26/14, Peters Omoragbon <petersomoragbon2 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> It was a keenly contested elections and I congratulate both the winner and
> loser. Mr. Barrack welcome on board and hope your tenure shall bring a
> breathe of fresh air. Mr, phillip you fought gallantly and Afralo will
> benefit from your short stint as secretary .
> Let's join hands and move the continent forward .
> Viva Africa.!
> Sent from my iPad
> Pastor Peters Omoragbon
> Permanent Representative to the United Nations for Nurses Across the Borders
> Designated Contact Person for the United Nations Framework Convention on
> Climate Change-UNFCCC
> Executive President/CEO Nurses Across the Borders
> International Liaison officer Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association-UK
> Treasurer Central Association of Nigerians in the UK-CANUK
> Fellow Open Society Institute -Budapest
> Fellow Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers-ICAAN.
> Deputy National Chairman National Conscience Party of Nigeria -NCP South
> South Zone.
>> On 25 Aug 2014, at 23:13, ICANN At-Large Staff <staff at atlarge.icann.org>
>> Dear All,
>> Please kindly note that the AFRALO Regional Election 2014 (Secretary) has
>> now ended.
>> QUESTION: Who do you support to become the AFRALO Secretary for the period
>> of two years beginning at the end of the ICANN Los Angeles Meeting in
>> October 2014? Please either select one candidate from the list below
>> (listed in alphabetical order of the family name) or abstain.
>> - Philip Johnson
>> - Barrack Otieno
>> - Abstain
>> As at Poll close: Sunday 24 August 2014 23:59 UTC
>> Number of voters: 24 · Group size: 33 · Percentage voted: 72.73
>> Ranked by votes
>> Rank Options Votes %
>> 1 Barrack Otieno 14 58.33
>> 2 Philip Johnson 10 41.67
>> 3 Abstain/s'abstenir 0 0.00
>> To confirm, the AFRALO Secretary for the period of two years beginning at
>> the end of the ICANN Los Angeles Meeting in October 2014 is Barrack
>> You may review the results independently under:
>> Heidi Ullrich, Silvia Vivanco, Ariel Liang, Gisella Gruber, Nathalie
>> Peregrine and Terri Agnew
>> ICANN Policy Staff in support of ALAC
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