In what looks like a button from above, the world's 6th richest man, Mark Zuckerberg who has been an item in sub-Saharan Africa of late must have taken a dramatic return back to Nigeria to Honour the president of blacks' most populous nation, Gen. Mohammodu Buhari.
Zuckerberg who was on a 2-day working visit to Nigeria was everywhere but didn't deem it fit to include Nigeria's State House as one of his missions.
But in a mark of honorary respect, the humble man of simple style cut his journey short from Kenya to visit Nigeria's number 1 citizen.
The multibillionaire businessman and founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, today, September 2nd, paid a visit to President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa Abuja.
Recall that the CEO of the world's most popular social media platform, arrived in Nigeria for a business research trip few days ago in Lagos.
"Zuckerberg is in Nigeria to listen and learn and take ideas back to California on how Facebook can better support tech development and entrepreneurship across Africa," according to a press release from his company.
Zuckerberg visited Kenya yesterday after he left Nigeria and took to his Facebook page writing, "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."
Mark is a guest at the ongoing Aso Rock Villa Demo day and will be at the AVDD pitch finale holding later today.
As many thought that the techprenuer will depart from the country to America, he surprisingly returned to Nigeria, and paid a visit to the number one citizen where he was pictured taking selfies with government officials at the presidential villa.