The company in a post by Kayvon Beykpour and Uche Adegbite, Twitter’s Product Lead, and Director, Product Management, Global Markets, respectively, on Monday said, “Today, in line with our growth strategy, we’re excited to announce that we are now actively building a team in Ghana.”
The social networking service said its new team members would be working remotely under its work-from-home policies while it explores “the opportunity to open an office in Ghana in the future”.
It said its decision was informed by Ghana’s “support for free speech and online freedoms.”
It added that Ghana’s recent appointment to host the Secretariat of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) also influenced its decision.
Twitter targets Nigerians for roles
It said the ideal candidate to occupy the positions “should have a deep, non-partisan, understanding of Nigerian news and politics.”
It also said candidates with understanding of English Pidgin, Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo, will have advantage.
However, in Ghana, it said as of January 2021, Ghana registered approximately eight million active social media users, up from six million in 2019. And of this figure, only 28.78 per cent are registered on Twitter.
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