Join Us In Welcoming Our Second Baby, Gadgets Africa

By  |  February 4, 2019

After receiving an overwhelming response for our first publication, I am excited and happy to announce the launch of our second initiative Gadgets-Africa. The newly launched portal is meant to inform and engage with the ‘Technophile’ millennial in Africa.

Our initial focus is on Kenya and neighbouring East African countries and will strive to become the go-to destination for all the interactive gadget reviews, technology news, insightful opinions around mobile technologies and a deep dive into the ever growing gaming world.

I am also very excited to share that Saruni Maina joins Gadgets-Africa as the Founding Editor. Saruni has written about technology for more than three years and reviewed practically, every phone that has landed in the East African market. He will be co-leading the content and engagement in East Africa alongside NJ, my co-founder and the Managing Editor of WeeMedia.

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WeeTracker was launched in March last year and has been securing audience in phases. After catering to entrepreneurs, startup enthusiasts and VC community, we are now fuelling the motivation and information of young, progressive & business savvy audience that is shaping the African future. Through high-impact storytelling, we are on a mission to become the authoritative voice of the continent. In the coming few weeks, you will notice many changes in our content and our design.

WeeMedia is developing into a media matrix where we plan to create multiple platforms to engage and communicate with African youth. We understand the significance of content and the massive potential of our audience to consume it. All we need is your support and blessings.

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