Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shares favourite photos from his trip to Nigeria

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shares favourite photos from his trip to Nigeria

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg posted favourite photos from his trips to Rome, Nigeria and Kenya, describing the countries as very welcoming.
Some of the photos include the ones which shows him walking the streets of Lagos, shaking hands with President Buhari at the Villa, meeting developers and Engineers at Andela in Lagos, in Lagos, on the roof of the Co-creation Hub Nigeria (CcHUB) looking over Lagos.

He wrote:

“Thanks to everyone I met in Rome, Nigeria and Kenya for being so welcoming! The work being done by developers and entrepreneurs in Europe and Africa right now is really exciting, and I can’t wait to go back. Here are some of my favorite behind the scenes pictures from the trip”.


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