Nii Quaynor; the Pioneer of Internet in Ghana


According to international news media organization, CNN International, Quaynor “is the first African to be elected to the board of ICANN, the internet corporation for assigned names and numbers. He’s also played an important part in launching the African Network Operators Group and AfriNIC, the African internet numbers registry. As a result, Quaynor was recently inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame, lauded as an instrumental figure “in the early design and development of the internet.” He is today chairman of Ghana’s information technology agency and a professor at the country’s Cape Coast University.

Nii Quaynor on the recent edition of  African Voices speaks on the role of the internet in Africa’s development and his dreams for the continent’s digital future.

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