Mark Zuckerberg has been travelling all over the world recently. So far he has been to Italy, Nigeria and Kenya. In each of the countries Mark Zuckerberg met important figures of the country and held talks with engineers and developers in the tech industry.


Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan meeting the Pope
Mark Zuckerberg looking through a copy of Cicero’s “On Friendship” from Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.


Mark Zuckerberg walking through the streets of Lagos
Engineers at Andela in Lagos.
Meeting developers in Lagos.


By Lake Naivasha in Kenya
Eating at MAMA Oliech Restaurant. in Nairobi with Joseph Mucheru, the Kenyan Cabinet Secretary of Information and Communications.

He then went back to Abuja, Nigeria to meet President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. They met with engineers to discuss an initiative as part of Demo Day, an initiative for the Nigerian government to fund entrepreneurs with ideas for improving the country.


He really seems to have had a great time and posted on Facebook saying that he couldn’t wait to come back and I’m sure he will be welcomed with open arms when he does.

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AUTHOR: Dadawele Mniki (Online Writer)

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