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.NG domain name: NiRA begins review, update of policies

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 The .ng Registry is dynamic and as an organisation, the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA) is determined to continue to respond to the specific challenges of the DNS Industry in Nigeria, while striving to ensure compliance with international best practices, says the President, NIRA Executive Board, Mr. Muhammed Rudman.

Mr. Rudman disclosed that in keeping in line with the above, it becomes imperative to regularly request feedback from the market, particularly from NiRA’s key stakeholders and review this in the light of existing policies.

The President’s message is contained in Volume 7 No. 165 of NiRA’s eNewsletter where the he said, “As a core focus of the present Executive Board’s tenure, we will continue this tradition with increased focus on NiRA policies as they affect the business of our existing Accredited Registrars and registrants, as well as new entrants into the market.

“We are conducting a number of surveys from now, starting with the NiRA Accredited Registrars’ satisfaction survey. We hope to continue to receive responses from our Accredited Registrars.

“We have also commenced the process to review and update NiRA policies and her constitution, which will incorporate some of the recommendations from stakeholders. I am grateful for the time which members of the Executive Board and various Committees are spending to get this done as quickly as possible.

“In the end, we serve majorly the Nigerian public in a unique way and are bent on ensuring that the online experience of all Nigerians is enhanced by .ng”.

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