Watch the moment Twitter founder Jack Dorsey became a Marlian

Jack Dorsey in Nigeria (@Jack on Twitter)

Look away now, Naira Marley, because Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey is coming for your crown!!

By the time he left Nigeria on Monday, November 11, Dorsey had sampled Nigerian jollof (actually, he called it the best there is), tried his hands on pidgin English, taken selfies with just about everyone, visited developers at tech hubs in Lagos and Abuja, interacted with software developers and influencers, shared thoughts with art lovers and tried the ‘Zanku’ and ‘Soapy’ dance moves.

All within a 4-day span in Africa’s most populous nation. 

“Goodbye for now, Nigeria. We’ll be back soon,” Dorsey tweeted. 

Of course he will. He'd packed so much fun in a few days in Nigeria.

Among Dorsey’s most memorable footage during his time in Nigeria would have to be the one shared by content creator and communications expert @Real_jaeflex, which you can watch below:

It took former Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, to get Dorsey off the dance floor!

How do you rate Dorsey’s Marlian credibility? And those rigid...ooops...flawless moves? No one has 'Gbesed' better, we tell you. Not even Naira Marley!

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