CEO of Twitter, Jack Patrick Dorsey arrives in Ghana

CEO of Twitter, Jack Patrick Dorsey arrives in Ghana

- The CEO of Twitter has touched down in Ghana

- Reports indicate that Jack Patrick Dorsey plans to spend the entire month of November in Africa

- Dorsey would be meeting prominent entrepreneurs and tech people in the country

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The CEO of the renowned social media platform, Twitter, has arrived in Ghana amidst several speculations of why he has touched down in the West-African country.

Jack Patrick Dorsey has not fully declared his intentions of visiting Ghana. On his Twitter handle, he only said 'hello Ghana' along with a picture he posted of himself and some Ghanaians.

According to a report by, the CEO of Twitter will be meeting with some tech experts in the country, among which are some renowned entrepreneurs in the country.

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The report also indicated that Jack Patrick Dorsey is also here with the intent of meeting people who are into Bitcoin, a popular cryptocurrency.

It appears that Dorsey intends to spend the entire month of November on the continent of Africa as it was spotted in an earlier tweet that he would be visiting four African countries when he comes to Africa.

The countries he mentioned were Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria and South Africa.

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So far, he has been in Nigeria and Ghana. The people of Ethiopia and South Africa might need to put things together to the CEO of one of the most popular social media platforms.

See his pictures below:

Dorsey declaring his arrival in Ghana

Dorsey's comment on Ghana Jollof

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A gentleman named Jeff Konadu Addo paid for the old man's fines to get him released from prison. Continue reading...

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