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Last year, I actually published a blog post here, and on my personal blog, which I titled "MAG: To be or not to be"? And I know folks like Ginger were sad.  Okay, so here we go again. And this time,  I have had people asking again.  So I will do the post and leave it there!

Voilà!

Full name: Nnenna.

Gender: Not male

Nationality: I belong to Africa. I have lived in 6 countries. I travel with a Nigerian passport. My December will be spent between South Africa and another African country, where I will go for vacation. Yet to make up my mind.

Country of residence: My City is Abidjan, c'est en Côte d'Ivoire. Didier Drogba's country. But I have a foot in Ghana. I also have a registered phone and Internet links in Ghana and Nigeria!

Organisation: My national IGF is Cote d'Ivoire - IGICI. The Sub regional one is West Africa Internet Governance - WAIGF. I also volunteer for Africa IGF. If you follow the Twitter handle,welll.. that's the voluntary me!.  Last month, I checked in as the Africa Regional Coordinator of the World Wide Web Foundation!

Stakeholder group:Civil Society. Forever!! I'm too rebelious to  be anything else. I have a mind of my own.

Background and/or experience in IG (50 words): I dont know what to say in  50 words. A Google search on "Nnenna Nwakanma Internet" returns over 24000 hits in 44 seconds.

Motivation and goals (50 words): Do I know? People have asked me over and over. So I'm obliging them!

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Comment by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on November 14, 2013 at 1:07pm

Hi Nnenna, Robert and Angelique,

Welcome and thanks--a big smile and thank you for your posts.

We need energy and willingness to be actively engaged on the MAG, and your offers are much appreciated. Anyone else? Time is short--are you thinking about IG 2014? We need you!

Cheers and good luck,

Ginger

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