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Twitter CEO Skips Kenya in His Planned African Tour

Jack Dorsey, Twitter founder and Chief executive officer

Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey will tour Africa in November.

Jack wrote on his Twitter Page that he will visit four African countries namely Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.

‘Headed to Africa for all of November! Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa. Going to spend a lot of time with entrepreneurs’, he posted.

Kenya which has been vibrant in collection of citizens data without data protection laws in place to curb misuse has bit the dust like the devil it is.

The ICT ministry with the flower girl Joe Mucheru has been trying to please his masters at Google to take whatever they can, selling our details to the western tech giants, without blinking.

It is a shame that those who cannot ‘hesitate to sell their mothers for a mess of portage’ have been skipped by one important western data collector, Jack Dorsey.

Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) are a vibrant lot but the number of monthly users reduced from over a million to less than 400k per month after the ban of some influential accounts such as that of blogger Cyprian Nyakundi.

The ban was initiated and supported by technocrats in the Kenyan government and some idiots in the Githeri Media.

It was a big mistake.

Last time Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was forced to go to Maasai Mara by people who think tourism is anything important to the economy of this country.

The fallacy of tourism as a foreign exhage earner. Lol!

Kenyans are growing their own platforms, for example, and soon the masters of the universe, Facebook and Twitter, will only have a western and dumb audience to manipulate.

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