The Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) has said farewell to two of its members in one week’s time. Alain Gordon Gentil, followed by Trilock Dwarka, have both resigned from their respective posts. The latter was the president of the Board of Directors of the ICTA. He has already commented on the reasons that pushed him to take this decision which is to allow him to focus better on another post that he occupies at the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA), where he chairs as President. On the other hand, he is grateful for the trust the Prime Minister put in him during his term at the ICTA. His counterpart, Alain Gordon Gentil, however, did not make public the cause for his resignation.