Facebook NEW Express Wi-Fi Empowers Nigeria Entrepreneurs
Mark Zuckerberg talks with Rosemary Njoku, a Nigerian, who runs a Facebook Express Wi-Fi stand in Lagos, Nigeria.
Mark Zuckerberg visits Lagos, Nigeria to listen and learn how Facebook can better support tech development and entrepreneurship across Africa.
“Rosemary already had a business before she also started selling Express Wi-Fi as well, but she told me she now has 3,000 customers and makes much more money from Express Wi-Fi. She’s a great example of how local local entrepreneurs spread internet access around the world.” Zuckerberg stated.
Express Wi-Fi empowers entrepreneurs to build a business by providing their community with access to the internet. Facebook designed the technology, and local internet providers add the connectivity. Express Wi-Fi is part of our Internet.org initiative.
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This week, Zuckerberg plans to launch a satellite into space to enable more entrepreneurs across Africa to sell Express Wi-Fi and more people to access reliable internet.
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