From Selfies With The Nigerian President To Exploring The Kenyan Wildlife, Mark Zuckerberg Concludes African Tour

Is it safe to say…he came, he saw and he conquered? Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg who decided to visit our amazing continent on August 30 2016 has concluded his African tour with a bang.


Earlier this week, Mark met with African entrepreneurs, developers and superstars in Lagos (click here if you missed)

Now yesterday Zuckerberg explored the Kenyan wildlife scene at the Lake Naivasha







What better way to conclude a tour than a fab selfie with Nigerian  President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.


”Last stop of my trip: I’m in Abuja to meet Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.We all met with entrepreneurs as part of Demo Day, an initiative for the Nigerian government to fund entrepreneurs with ideas for improving the country. We heard from engineers who are finding ways to reward people for recycling, designing ways to pick up trash easier, and using shuttles to improve commutes in Lagos.This has been an inspiring trip. The energy and entrepreneurship in Nigeria and Kenya is amazing. I can’t wait to come back again soon!”—— Mark revealed in a Facebook post








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