Five African presidents to follow on Twitter

Social media and networking sites like Facebook and MySpace were once seen as a place where pimple-faced youths gathered to share music and photos. But a radical change in perception and mindsets globally regarding social networking sites such as Twitter has attracted millions of users worldwide.

The focus has shifted away from unruly youths and now businesses and professional individuals have flocked to social networks to engage with users, followers and fans.

A number of African presidents have also set up a virtual home on Twitter, and while some might not be as active as others, they still share their thoughts and feelings with those who follow them… Read more

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