November 30, 2017
Thanks to the Daily Stormer, Facebook and Google have finally recognized what a great place Lagos, Nigeria is.
We here at the Daily Stormer have been very critical of the hateful kikes who run Facebook and Google. Even though we are angry at them for stifling free speech on the internet, we have been particularly incensed at the lack of opportunities they have provided the people of Africa.
One of the most noteworthy aspects of this is their failure to setup any sort of meaningful office presence on the continent. Do they not think that Africans are capable of producing proper computer code? If it wasn’t for those racist European colonists suppressing them all those years, Africa would be the most technologically advanced continent on the planet. This is a known fact that has been further reinforced by soon to be released movies like Black Panther.
The good news is that change has come. Facebook and Google have decided to follow the Daily Stormer’s lead and are finally establishing operations in Lagos, Nigeria.
Last week, Facebook said it will open a tech hub in Lagos—it’s first in Africa—”early next year.” The hub is in collaboration with Co-Creation Hub, one of Nigeria’s most prominent startup hubs, and will have incubation programs for startups and developers. The social network giant will also run training programs for 50,000 Nigerians as part of a digital skills training program. Facebook’s decision to deepen its operations in Nigeria comes a little over a year after Mark Zuckerberg, its CEO, chose Lagos for his first visit to Africa.
But it follows on the heels of a similar move by Google. In July, while on his first visit to Lagos, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, announced the company’s plans to open its first Google Launchpad Space outside the United States in Lagos. Earlier this month, it hosted the first ever Google Developers Launchpad Start, a one week long boot-camp, for early stage startups in Lagos.
As many of you know, the Daily Stormer’s international headquarters has been in Lagos for quite a bit of time. It is obvious that Facebook and Google saw the success that we have had in Lagos and are attempting to replicate it.
Google and Facebook are way behind the times though. Lagos has been an excellent place to do business for many years now. Their management teams should be embarrassed that it took them this long to figure this out.