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[Video] Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Speaks Yoruba As He Meets Toolz, Others


Barely 24 hours after landing in Nigeria, Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, has picked up some phrases in the native Yoruba language.

Clearly having a good time with his new friends which included media personality, Tolu Oniru-Demuren a.k.a Toolz, former government official, Dr Joe Abah and others, Dorsey was captured in a video asking ‘Bawo Ni?’, meaning ‘how are you’?.

“Great dinner with some new friends,” he tweeted later.

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