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June 20th, 2017
Emeka Afigbo

Emeka Afigbo

Emeka Afigbo, Facebook Head of Platform Partnerships for Middle East and Africa

Emeka Afigbo is a Strategic Product Partnerships Manager for Facebook focused helping developers in Africa and the Middle East succeed by leveraging Facebook’s platforms , products and initiatives.

Afigbo has a passion for growing the tech ecosystem in emerging markets.

Prior to Facebook , he led the Google developer community initiatives in Sub-Saharan Africa as part of the Africa and Middle East Developer Relations team.

He started his career as a software engineer at Socketworks and also spearheaded strategic initiatives at Parkway Projects both in Nigeria.

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