[AFRI-Discuss] Nomination of DANIEL NANGHAKA AFRALO Rep to ALAC

Jabhera Matogoro jaberamatogoro at tzcna.or.tz
Thu May 20 09:05:35 UTC 2021

Tanzania Community Networks Alliance support this nomination for Daniel. 
He is such committed person fitting the position for the betterment of 
Africa Region.

Jabhera Matogoro
Founder & CEO
Tanzania Community Networks Alliance
Skype: jabhera.matogoro
Mobile: +255784 423 615

On 2021-05-20 03:00, Caleb Olumuyiwa Ogundele via AFRI-Discuss wrote:
> Dear AFRALO Members,
> I would like to Nominate Daniel  Nanghaka to represent AFRALO to the
> ALAC. Daniel is the chair of Outreach and Engagement S/C and has also
> been previous the Co-chair for AFRALO to O&E, he has been a member of
> the ATRT3 and also participated in various working Groups currently he
> has been also selected to represent ALAC to the GNSO Transfer Policy.
> I believe that Daniel will be in position to represent AFRALO to the
> ALAC.  --
> Caleb Ogundele
> _muyiwacaleb at gmail.com_
> _234 - 8077377378_
> _234 - 07030777969_
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