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Tuesday, 13 April 2021

Grow up, when Microsoft opened $100m development centers in Nigeria and Kenya nobody went about dissing South Africa or politicizing anything - Presidential aide, Tolu Ogunlesi

 

Grow up, when Microsoft opened $100m development centers in Nigeria and Kenya nobody went about dissing South Africa or politicizing anything - Presidential aide, Tolu Ogunlesi

Presidential aide, Tolu Ogunlesi has reacted to the controversy that trailed Twitter's decision to site its headquarters in Ghana. 

 

Ogunlesi in his tweets which served as a response to Nigerians outlining some policies that might have made Twitter management team pick Ghana over Nigeria, described such comments as "silly". 

 

The Presidential aide stated that when Microsoft opened $100m development centers in Nigeria and Kenya (first two in Africa), nobody went about dissing South Africa or politicizing it. 

 

He tweeted; 

 

When Microsoft opened $100m development centers in Nigeria and Kenya @MicrosoftADC (first two in Africa!) nobody went about dissing South Africa or politicizing anything. Because it’d have been silly. Grow up guys!

Jan 2020: GOOGLE: “Today, we launched our first Google Developers Space on the African continent, in Lagos, Nigeria. The Google Developers Space is a hub for African developers,entrepreneurs & startups & will house the Google Launchpad Accelerator Africa.”

One of Google’s new big investments is in a new undersea cable that’ll be landing first in Nigeria & SA (Nigeria is first branch!), “with approx 20 times more network capacity than the last cable built to serve this region.” Its named after a Nigerian!

“The Equiano cable landing site is located on Elegushi beach, near Yemi Adetayo Street, Elegushi, Lekki, Lagos. WIOCC has acquired the land to build the new cable landing station...”

 

Grow up, when Microsoft opened $100m development centers in Nigeria and Kenya nobody went about dissing South Africa or politicizing anything - Presidential aide, Tolu Ogunlesi


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