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  1. Jules

    Entertainment Tyrese Gibson Writes On Zuckerberg's Visit to Nigeria

    American singer and actor Tyrese Gibson has reacted to Mark Zuckerberg's recent visit to Lagos,Nigeria. In a Facebook post, Gibson wrote, "Some people think we're human beings having a spiritual experience it's the other way around - were spiritual beings having a human experience - Mark...
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    Politics Mark Zuckerberg Came to 'Perfect the Islamic State'? – Fani-Kayode

    Former Minister of Aviation. Femi Fani-kayode has called the attention of Nigerians to think about the sudden coming of John Kerry to the Northern Nigeria and the inclusion of Hausa language on Facebook. Fani-Kayode, who has been criticising President Muhammadu Buhari's administration of...
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    Entertainment Mark Zuckerberg Meets Rita Dominic, DJ Cuppy, Other Nigerian Celebs [PHOTOS]

    Mark Zuckerberg, Founder of Facebook spent time with Nigerian entertainers during his visit to the country. Some of the celebrities Zuckerberg met include: Kunle Afolayan, Rita Dominic, DJ Cuppy, Basketmouth, RMD and others.
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    Metro Mark Zuckerberg - Full Video of Question and Answer Session in Lagos

    Mark Zuckerberg had an interactive session in Lagos today. See video from the event:
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    Metro Mark Zuckerberg Endorses Nigerian Jollof Rice

    Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg has some wonderful things to say about Nigerian food. Speaking during a session with developers and entrepreneur`s in Lagos, Zuckerberg said he has tried some Nigerian food since he arrived here yesterday and he thoroughly enjoyed them. Zuckerberg went...
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    Metro ''God Will Punish All Your Staff'' - Nigerians Blast CNN Over Wrong Reporting of Zuckerberg's Visit

    Nigeria's have lashed out at CNN for s story title which read, 'Mark Zuckerberg makes first-ever visit to Sub-Saharan Africa'. See CNN title and reactions below:
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    Mark Zuckerberg: 5 Reasons Facebook CEO's Visit is Important to Nigeria

    Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook is in Nigeria. The media has been awash with news of his visit, questions have been raised on what his visit means to Nigeria. Here are 5 Reasons Why Zuckerberg's visit is important to Nigeria 1. It validates the tech industry in Nigeria For several years...
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    Politics Mark Zuckerberg: Oby Ezekwesili Sends Powerful Message to Nigerian Youths

    Former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili has sent a strong signal to Nigerian youths over the visit of the Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg. Ezekwesili said: “Mark Zuckerberg. Hopefully he left a strong message for our young friends that "the SUBSTANCE of a person's life is not defined by...
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    Metro Why Facebook Founder, Zuckerberg Arrived Nigeria Unannounced

    Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg, yesterday, arrived Nigeria unannounced to the amazement of many. The 32-year-old tech enterpreneur surprisingly made a sudden visit and inspection of activities at the Co-Creation Hub, Yaba Lagos. However, Vanguard gathered that it was for security...
  10. RemmyAlex

    Metro Nigerians Blast CNN Over ‘Zuckerberg Visits Sub-Sahara Africa’ Headline

    Nigerians are angered over the Cable News Network (CNN) omitting the country’s name in the headline report announcing the visit of Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, to Africa’s most populous country. The International broadcaster, CNN headline mentioned Sub-Sahara Africa as Mr. Zuckerberg’s...
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    Metro Ben Bruce Reacts to Mark Zuckerberg's Visit to Nigeria

    Senator Ben Murray Bruce has reacted to the surprise visit of Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, to Nigeria. Here's what he said:
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    Metro Mark Zuckerberg's Words During His Visit to CC-Hub in Lagos

    Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, paid a surprise visit to Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday. Speaking at the Co-Creation Hub in Yaba on Tuesday evening, Zuckerberg said he was in Nigeria to learn about the startup ecosystem in the country. "... hope to get to travel around the world and [sic] here...
  13. RemmyAlex

    Business Mark Zuckerberg: 6 Reasons Why the Facebook CEO Is In Nigeria

    Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook is currently in Nigeria. He arrived Nigeria this afternoon in what is believed to be his first trip to the continent. His first stop is the Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) in Yaba, Lagos. Here are 6 possible things the Social Media giant will be doing in Nigeria...
  14. Jules

    World Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook Visits Nigeria

    Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebbook is currently in Nigeria. He arrived Nigeria this afternoon. His first stop is the Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) in Yaba, Lagos.
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    World Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Visit Pope Francis

    Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan visited Pope Francis on Monday. According to SKY NEWS, Vatican spokesman Greg Burke said they discussed "how to use communication technologies to alleviate poverty, encourage a culture of encounter, and make a...
  16. RemmyAlex

    Business Facebook Moves to Monetize WhatsApp

    cebook Inc. is laying the groundwork for the free messaging service WhatsApp to begin making money, allowing businesses to message its more than one billion users. It’s the first step toward monetizing the platform since Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg agreed to pay $19...
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    World Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Philando Castile shooting

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has addressed the Philando Castile shooting.
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    World Hackers Access Mark Zuckerberg Social Media Accounts, Reveals His Password

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has had his social media accounts hacked by a Saudi based group that discovered his password was 'dadada'. A group known as OurMine claimed responsibility for hacking Pinterest and Twitter accounts belonging to the billionaire, who recently became a father...
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    "The Facebook" before it was famous

    The start of the start-up to rule them all.
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    World WhatsApp Reaches 1 Billion Monthly Users, Overtakes Facebook

    Smartphone messaging service WhatsApp has reached a billion monthly users, according to the service’s official blog. “We are proud of this milestone, and we’re humbled by the extraordinary ways all of you have used WhatsApp,” the post reads. Facebook bought the messenger service in late 2014...