The tech giant said this in a statement, stating that the company is actively building a team in the West African country in line with its growth strategy.
The company said it must be more immersed in the rich and vibrant communities that drive the conversations taking place every day across the African continent.
The new development, according to Twitter, will help open a job opportunity for people to take charge of operations on the continent for the company as they intend to expand their presence on the continent.
Addressing why it decided to set up in Ghana, the company hailed the country as a supporter of free speech, online freedom, and the open internet.
Twitter also said it was swayed by the country’s significant involvement in the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA), as the trade agreement aligns with its overarching goal to improve and tailor its service across Africa.
The company also called on specialists to apply for vacant positions on several teams including product, design, engineering, marketing, and communications.
CEO of the tech giant, Jack Dorsey shared the official statement via his Twitter handle, saying; ‘Twitter is now present on the continent”.