The founder of Facebook, the world’s 7th richest man, Mark Zuckerberg storms Nigeria without any public notification. He can into the country quietly to see how Nigerians use Facebook, how it could possibly be improved and how it could support tech growth and development in Africa. He took a trip to CC Hub in Yaba and these are wonderful photos…
There are hopes that he would be staying in the country for a couple of days and he could meet and interact with different tech entrepreneurs in the country. His very first notable stop was at Co-creation Hub (CC Hub), in Yaba Lagos.
Cc Hub has been and accelerator and a start-up incubator, housing victorious startups as BudgIT, a civic company which specialises in transparency and accountability in government budgets.
According to one person familiar with his plans, he might meet with Nigeria’s president Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo before his departure. Zuckerberg’s arrangement to visit Nigeria was successfully kept secret until he arrived in Lagos. Just a while ago, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan were in Rome, Now He’s in Nigeria.
— Prudence Okoilu (@donprudence) August 30, 2016
Nigeria has become the first Africa country to be visited my Mark. Hope he is coming will inspire the average Nigeria.