Mark Zuckerberg Shares 'Best Moments' Of His Visit To Nigeria (See Photos)

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg sure had a great time in Nigeria and he his still talking about it, he shared his best moments from the visit in black and white photos with captions.

Walking the streets of Lagos.
He shared what he tagged 'his favourite photos' and said;
Thanks to everyone I met in Rome, Nigeria and Kenya for being so welcoming! The work being done by developers and entrepreneurs in Europe and Africa right now is really exciting, and I can't wait to go back. Here are some of my favorite behind the scenes pictures from the trip.
On the roof of the Co-creation Hub Nigeria (CcHUB) looking over Lagos. 
Engineers at Andela in Lagos.

Meeting developers in Lagos.

Shaking hands at the Nigerian presidential palace.



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