Bank CEO, Abubakar Suleiman blames Nigerians who bad-mouth the country for Twitter's decision to make Ghana its headquarters in Africa

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Abubakar Suleiman, the CEO of Sterling Bank, has weighed in on the conversation about Twitter making Ghana its headquarters in African. Twitter announced today that the company is now in Africa, with its headquarters in Ghana. "Twitter is now present on the continent. Thank you Ghana and @NakufoAddo," Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey tweeted today, April 12. Nigerians reacted to the fact that Ghana, and not Nigeria, was chosen to be the headquarters. Then Suleiman weighed in,  writing: "First you tell the world Nigeria is a zoo.. Then you hear @TwitterSF has chosen @GhanaPresidency as their WA headquarters & you are wondering why. "If you can’t sell yourself, nobody will buy you.  Nigeria remains the heartbeat of Africa, our current struggles notwithstanding."  A number of his followers took to the comments to disagree with him and he doubled down, writing: "I think everyone sells.  And we should showcase the good things in our country even as we critic the shortcomings.." The post Bank CEO, Abubakar Suleiman blames Nigerians who bad-mouth the country for Twitter's decision to make Ghana its headquarters in Africa appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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