Facebook Founder in Nigeria The Good & The Unpleasant Story

Facebook Founder in Nigeria. It is not more a news about the August visit of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and co owner of the largest social network in the globe.

imabgesMark Zuckerberg, Facebook Founder and the fifth richest man in the world

Facebook Founder in Nigeria, The Good News

The social networking giant, Facebook partnered with one of Nigeria’s Local Internet Service Provider, CoolLink to launch a program called Express Wi-Fi around the city of Lagos and possible later get to the other parts of the country. The service was first implemented in India and Nigeria is the second country to get the WiFi hotspots.

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The social networking giant, Facebook partnered with one of Nigeria’s Local Internet Service Provider, CoolLink to launch a program called Express Wi-Fi around the city of Lagos and possible later get to the other parts of the country. The service was first implemented in India and Nigeria is the second country to get the WiFi hotspots.

Facebook Owner Mark Zuckerberg in Nigeria

Facebook Founder in NigeriaPart of Zuckerberg aim in the country is also for a workshop that the firm is holding on Wednesday, August 31 in Lagos state. The current fifth wealthiest man in the world came into Nigeria discreetly on Tuesday afternoon after spending Monday in Rome, Italy, where he also met Pope Francis – Zuckerberg has also said that the firm will not become a media company despite the social media platform being a top tool with media and publishing agencies. The world’s fifth wealthiest man discreetly came into Nigeria to see how Facebook works in Nigeria and to understand how to improve on the social media platform for Nigerians. He is also checking out how it can improve on technologies in Africa. His first port of call was the CC Hub in Yaba area of Lagos state.

 

 

 

 

The Bad or rightly put as the unpleasant New on the Facebook Owner visit to Nigeria

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket was billed to launch the Facebook Internet Satellite to space on Saturday, September 3, 2016, but went up in flames during a routine test at its Cape Canaveral launch pad on Thursday morning.

The CEO of SpaceX Elon Musk tweeted that the explosion occurred during

“propellant fill operation” and that it “Originated around upper stage oxygen tank”. The tweet also said the cause of the explosion was still unknown.

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