Jack Ma: Osinbajo welcomes the richest man in China to Abuja
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Jack Ma: Osinbajo welcomes the richest man in China to Abuja

- Jack Ma, the co-founder of Chinese e-commerce firm, Alibaba group, has arrived Nigeria

- The Chinese business tycoon was received in Abuja by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday, November 14

- Jack Ma in his introductory speech said that he came to Nigeria with a delegation of Chinese investors to assist the country economically

Jack Ma, the richest man in China and co-founder of Chinese e-commerce firm, Alibaba group, was on Thursday, November 14, received in Abuja by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

In his welcome speech to the business tycoon who led a delegation of Chinese investors to Nigeria, Osinbajo said that the federal government has promised to support foreign investments in the country.

In his speech, Jack Ma said that he is aiming at assisting Nigeria, which he has a particular interest in, with his four 'Es' agenda (E-infrastructure, Entrepreneurship, E-government and Education).

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey had warm moments in Nigeria after he landed the country on November 7.

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The founder of the famous micro-blogging platform first landed in Lagos and has been making major visits to tech hubs scattered around Lagos as well as visiting one of the popular institutions in the state, University of Lagos.

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So far, Dorsey has started acclimatizing to the Nigerian culture as he was spotted busting moves to Naira Marley's controversial Soapy at Ngozi Okonjo Iweala's residence. He was also seen greeting Nigerians in Yoruba language and proving that he is enjoying his every moment in the most populous black nation.

Legit.ng took a look at some of the special moments that show the many faces of Jack Dorsey in Nigeria for the very first time.

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