Vice President-Elect of Internet Society Nigeria Chapter Promises Onboarding for New Members and Regional Projects.

Adebunmi Adeola Akinbo in the center with distinguished ICANN fellows in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Internet Society Nigeria Chapter recently elected a new Vice President, Adebunmi Akinbo. Akinbo is a passionate advocate for the Internet and its potential to improve the lives of Nigerians.

In his thank-you speech to the community, Akinbo outlined his plans for his term as Vice President. He pledged to focus on two key areas: onboarding new members and regional projects. Akinbo believes that the Internet Society Nigeria Chapter needs to do more to attract and retain new members. He plans to develop a new onboarding program for new members that will help them get involved in the Chapter’s activities and learn more about the Internet.

Akinbo also believes that the Chapter needs to do more to collaborate with regional stakeholders. He plans to develop a series of regional projects that will bring together the Chapter’s members, partners, and other stakeholders to work on common goals. Akinbo’s election as Vice President is a positive development for the Internet Society Nigeria Chapter. His focus on onboarding new members and regional projects will help the Chapter to grow and achieve its goals.

Adebunmi Akinbo also said that he is committed to working with the government and other stakeholders to promote internet development and governance in Nigeria. He said that he believes that the internet has the potential to transform communities, using networks within Nigeria, and that he is committed to playing a role in making that happen. He is an advocate of community networks and runs Community NetHUBs Africa, a platform that leverages collaboration and partnership.

The Internet Society Nigeria Chapter is a non-profit organization that works to promote the development and governance of the Internet in Nigeria. The chapter is part of the global Internet Society, which is a non-profit organization that works to promote the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people.

What does this mean for the future of the Internet Society Nigeria Chapter?

Adebunmi Adeola Akinbo’s focus on onboarding new members and regional projects is good news for the future of the Internet Society Nigeria Chapter. A larger and more engaged membership will give the Chapter a stronger voice in advocating for the Internet in Nigeria. Regional projects will help the Chapter to better understand and address the needs of its members in different parts of the country. He is a well-respected member of the Nigerian Internet community. He has over 15 years of experience in the ICT sector, and he has held several leadership positions in the Nigerian ICT Ecosystem and in the private sector. He is a passionate advocate for Internet development and governance, and he is committed to making the Internet Society Nigeria Chapter a leading force in promoting the Internet in Nigeria.

Akinbo’s election as Vice President is also a sign of the growing importance of the internet in Nigeria. The Internet is playing an increasingly important role in driving economic growth and development in the country. The Internet Society Nigeria Chapter is well-positioned to help Nigeria make the most of the Internet.

Recently, Adebunmi Akinbo is an ICANN78 Fellow, selected for the Paul Muchene Fellowship Award by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). We wish the Chief Executive Officer of DNS Africa, Adebunmi Akinbo all the best in his new role and look forward to seeing what he accomplishes as Vice President of the Internet Society Nigeria Chapter.

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