Twitter boss ‘plans Nigeria or Ethiopia stay’


Jack Dorsey, the CEO, and co-founder of Twitter, is planning to spend six months in Africa next year to grow the company’s business on the continent, a tweet from a British diplomat says.

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He is deciding between Nigerian and Ethiopia, Africa’s two most populous countries, Britain’s high commissioner in Nigeria, Catriona Laing, wrote.

Mr. Dorsey is currently on a trip to the continent and made the announcement at a dinner hosted by Nigeria’s former finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, who serves on the board of Twitter.

He is now in Ghana, where he appears to have waded into the Jollof war. The Twitter boss has tweeted a picture of Ghanaian Jollof:

Mr. Dorsey will also visit South Africa and Ethiopia during his current month-long tour of Africa.


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