Thanks for the attached response, have gone through it. Some queries still
1. Why would the second level domain system, supposedly not hosted on the
parent system (am assuming hosted elsewhere), cause an outage or cause the
main pre-existing database system of third level domains to crash, like
what was witnessed.
2. How foolproof, or what measures were taken to ward off rigging or
‘defective’ bids in the system. A cursory look at the list of bidders, if
at all authentic seems to indicate most of those email addresses are
foreign, and very few of them on the local . KE domain space. How
3. It almost sounds incredulous that one bid reached KES 1,000,0000,038.
Would love to look forward to when that gets paid up, please keep us
On 26 Jan 2018 08:23, “Abdalla via kictanet” <