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Outstanding Telecentre Woman Manager Awardee wins TCF's Twitter contest

Seema Saddy Nasser Alkabi, who hails from Oman and is a recipient of the "Most Outstanding Telecentre Woman Manager" award in 2011, emerged as winner in Telecentre.org Foundation's first ever Twitter-based question-and-answer contest dubbed as "TweetIT!".

 

As winner, Seema received the TweetIT winner's badge as well as a certificate of recognition from the Foundation. (Read more about Seema in our Under the Spotlight section here.)

 

The contest, which was held on October 23, was aimed at promoting the use of Twitter among members of the global telecentre community. It was participated in by members from different countries such as Kenya, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Philippines and India.

 

During the contest, participants were asked to answer 3 questions ranging from easy, average to difficult. Only those who answered each question correctly were able to proceed to the next question.

 

Amos Ochieng of Kenya and Rajeeb Duttaof India were among the finalists who each received a certificate from the Foundation.

 

Visit our community site regularly for announcements on future contests.

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