The Nigeria chapter of Internet Society, a non-profit organization founded on December 11, 1992, to provide leadership in Internet-related standards, education, access and policy has elected new members into its executive to pilot the affairs of the organization for another three years.

 

In a keenly contested election for the Nigeria Chapter, Caleb Ogundele was elected President, while Olorundare Kunle was elected Vice President.

 

Other members elected into the EXCO include Adebunmi Akinbo, Secretary; Bukola Oronti, Treasurer; Chinwe Ogbujah, Program Secretary; Igba Priscilia, Financial Secretary and Ahmed ‘Bola Tijani as Public Relations Officer.

 

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