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We’re not used to successful people jogging in the streets, Buhari tells Zuckerberg

President Buhari commends  the Fcaebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg simplicity and humbleness toward the country while receiving him yesterday, Buhari said successful people in Nigeria do not jog and sweat on the streets like the entrepreneur did in Lagos. The president also commended Zuckerberg for sharing his wealth of knowledge with Nigerian youths, and inspiring a new generation of entrepreneurs. The president also commended Zuckerberg for sharing his wealth of knowledge with Nigerian youths, and inspiring a new generation of entrepreneurs.

“Nigeria has always been identified as a country with great potentials for growth, especially with our youthful population, but now we are moving beyond the potentials to reality,”  he said in a statement issued by Femi Adesina, presidential spokesman.

“I am impressed by your simplicity in sharing your knowledge and wealth with those with less income.”

“In our culture, we are not used to seeing successful people appear like you. We are not used to seeing successful people jogging and sweating on the streets,” he said.

“We are more used to seeing successful people in air-conditioned places. We are happy you are well-off and simple enough to always share.”

In his remarks, Zuckerberg said he was impressed by the interest, energy and entrepreneurial spirit displayed by young Nigerians in all the ICT camps that he had visited.

“I was highly impressed by the talent of the youths in the Co-creation Hub in Yaba. I was blown away by their talent and the level of energy that I saw,’’ he said.

Zuckerberg said he was in the country to promote the penetration of “fast and cheap” internet connectivity, express-wifi that would help people create online businesses and reduce poverty

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