Andrew Christian

Andrew Christian

About Author

Andrew Onyeama is a battle-hardened content developing prodigy and a social media specialist who started writing in bid to give people voices, make places known and provide a different perspective of the way the world works. As a tech writer at Weetracker, he is looking to give African startups voice and make a difference altogether. If you want to be heard as an African start-up, contact him at andrew.christian @weetracker.com

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