The Internet Business Council for Africa (IBCA) is an initiative introduced in 2012, is at the forefront of strengthening and facilitating the commercial relationship between the the Developed nations and the African continent. The principal objective of the IBCA is to promote the involvement and participation of the African private/non-governmental sector (and the global private sector involved in Africa) in the global ICT and Internet Community, and also provide an avenue for them to participate in global Internet Governance. IBCA will work with governments, multilateral groups and business to improve the African continent’s internet ,trade and investment climate, and to raise the profile of Africa in the developed nations


Our membership is by request and ranges from globally acclaimed internet business entities to smaller companies and startups that have started to make an impact in their areas of operation and economies


Comments to the NTIA Notice of Inquiry on International Internet Policy Priorities. These will help inform NTIA to identify priority issues and help NTIA effectively leverage its resources and expertise to address those issues. Read all our comments and recommendations

“Think of Institutionalizing your business from Day 1, resilience is also key to sustaining an enterprise” - Africa Is Open for Business Ready for Investment – Tony O. Elumelu, MFR



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Industry opinions on IANA Transition

Would internet transition have an impact on current US election?

US Congressional Parties split over Internet Governance

Ever since then, myself and my organization as a deeply affected party have actively been engaged with Congress and I have expressed my views in various public commentaries toward the illegitimacy of this transition moving forward without congressional approval.  I have advocated that there is "No Legal Basis for IANA Transition". Read on TheHill

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