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This Kenyan company wants to take on Africa with its new video conferencing platform

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This Kenyan company wants to take on Africa with its new video conferencing platform

A Kenyan gaming company has launched a web-based video conferencing platform, Gumzo, which it describes as the first made in Africa video conferencing platform.

Gumzo, which means “chatting” in Swahili, costs users $1 per week to access.
Jay Shapiro, CEO of Usiku Games which created the platform, told CNN that his team started building the app in February as a response to the spread of Covid-19 on the continent.
“When Covid-19 hit Africa, we realized that people were adopting video conferencing … getting on the apps to call their loved ones in lockdown,” he said.READ MORE
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Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppThis Kenyan company wants to take on Africa with its new video conferencing platform A Kenyan gaming company has launched a web-based video conferencing platform, Gumzo, which it describes as the first made in Africa video conferencing platform. Gumzo, which means “chatting” in Swahili, costs users $1 per week to access. Jay Shapiro, CEO

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