Photos: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg eats at a local food joint

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is in Kenya after a three-day visit in Lagos, Nigeria. Zuckerberg’s first stop was at the popular fish joint Mama Oliech on Marcus Garvey road, Nairobi. He will meet tech entrepreneurs, developers and talk to stake holders in the ICT industry.

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“I had lunch in Nairobi with Joseph Mucheru, the Kenyan Cabinet Secretary of Information and Communications. We talked about internet access and his ambitious plans for connecting everyone in Kenya,” posted Zuckerberg on his FB page.
“We ate at MAMA Oliech Restauranta local place everyone recommended. One of my favorite parts of traveling to a new country is trying the food. I enjoyed ugali and a whole fried tilapia for the first time and loved them both,”

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11 thoughts on “Photos: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg eats at a local food joint

  1. See his simplicity. ….still wearing the same (color) shirt. Meanwhile I am dreaming of an expensive shoe. Okay. Henceforth I will stop dreaming and think of building….

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  2. This man is just tired of the toxic air and food abroad, that’s why he is moving from Nigeria to Kenya, taking selfies, running and eating good African food. come to think of it, that shirt na tattoo for him body?

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  3. All of the billionaires in Silicon Valley wear simple T-shirt and trainers, Google guys, Apple, etc. When your wealth is a product of your creative mind, material thing won’t matter to you.
    I once read about Bill Gates sitting in front passenger’s seat with his driver and someone asked why he was not sitting at the ‘owner’s corner on the back seat, his answer was “is anyone in doubt that I am the owner of the car just because I am sitting in front?”
    If you have confidence in your TRUE WORTH, you would not need to wear dresses or cars with other people’s name to feel valuable!
    Some needs to wear a CK, Ralph Polo etc or drive a Mercedes Benz (other people who worked to earn the name) to ‘feel’ important……..vain thinking! No wonder Solomon (the wisest and richest in his day) said “vanity upon vanity”

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  4. The man is here to lecture us with his body language, all his attributes and style sends out a message for those that hang dog chains and fat wrist watch on their body..

    I heard Don Jazzy saying he has repented and earnestly gona wear simple clothes henceforth.

    Thanks for humbling our unranked billionaires of Nigeria

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  5. This Godson Nnaka self! 40% only you, of the loot! Out of about 170 millions population! You don’t even mind the need of the Nation at this critical time. You get geelings at all? Where is your patriotism?
    The man who stole and amas the loot, where hin dey today?

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