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Bill Gates Joins Instagram! Check out his first Post



Microsoft founder and one of the pioneers of the digital revolution Bill Gates has just joined Instagram.

He took to his new page to share a few photos of himself in Tanzania captioning them:

Hello from Tanzania, Instagram!

I just had a great lunch with some amazing kids at Kicheba Primary School in Muheza and met Upendo Mwingira, a remarkable physician who has dedicated her career to fighting neglected tropical diseases.

Melinda and I have been coming to Tanzania for many years now. I always love seeing how much progress the country has made to improve health and provide opportunity. Plus, the scenery is stunning.

Whenever I travel to places like this, I wish others could come along and meet the people I get to meet. I have no doubt it would leave them as optimistic as I am about progress happening around the world. I’ll be sharing photos from my adventures here on Instagram, and I hope you’ll follow along.


  1. Sul

    August 11, 2017 at 9:31 pm

    It cud hav been a couple photos of him showin off his GUCCI collection,
    It cud have been one of him fanning with $100s
    It cud have been one of him ascending his private jet with d best champagne in hand
    But it is one of him touching lives, soooooo

    • dust

      August 12, 2017 at 7:40 am

      what’s the difference between this picture and the one atiku took some days ago and that’s if atiku didn’t copy it from him…

      it cud have also been a picture of him “touching lives” in eastern europe where the poverty is worse than Africa.. but your lack of self esteem is showing in your comment…

      when it was atiku your kind will say its “political” but when its a white person whether a billionaire or not your kind will say its “touching lives”..

    • @ dust

      August 12, 2017 at 8:21 am

      The difference is Bill Gates did not make his money from corrupt avenues. So, he did not steal from the poor to give to himself and his family before pretending to give to the poor. BIG difference if you ask me.

    • keke driver

      August 12, 2017 at 12:29 pm

      @dust you’re so lame, so very lame i want to cry on your behalf…..
      Elections are around the corner and Mr Atiku took that picture for political reasons, even a blind person can see that.

    • dust

      August 12, 2017 at 4:45 pm

      Hahahaha…. I knew atiku was the wrong example to use for “narrow minded” Nigerians who lack self esteem.. Ghates is only doing this so that “narrow minded” people like you guys will always hail him and any other white person you see “touching lives”…

      You guys should learn to show fairness to your own instead of always criticizing, as long as you and BN continue to promote such news you make your own race very vulnerable bcos you see your race as vulnerable and will pass it down to the next generation…

      If your politicians don’t steal they will accuse them of corruption and look for ways to invade your country and “narrow minded” Nigerians will be hailing them as they invade your country…

    • fleur

      August 12, 2017 at 10:23 pm

      @dust, Atiku took pictures with the evidence of his misappropriation activities. The kids he was eating with would not have been disadvantaged if he had not stolen their sovereign wealth for himself.

    • dust

      August 13, 2017 at 7:08 am

      fleur, that’s the problem you’re focusing on atiku and the fact that’s his a politician and a Nigerian(occupation and country) but when it comes ghates you’re not thinking or remembering the fact that most of the electronics been made by mycrosohft are made from resources gotten from Africa and at a very exploitative price and its also their “sovereign wealth”…

      the kids ghates was eating with would not have been disadvantaged if he and his kind had built training centers in this African countries to teach them how to turn their raw materials into finished products… After all, the knowledge he and his kind have is due to African ancestors sharing information and knowledge with them the same knowledge that they now hold back from Africans and Africans now have to study in their countries to bring back the knowledge to Africa but most Africans end up staying there..

  2. Anon

    August 11, 2017 at 10:10 pm

    Simple and fantastic.

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