Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Female in Nigeria (FIN) Facebook Group Founder, Lola Omolola Meets With Mark Zuckerberg

A Nigerian lady, Lola Omolola, the founder of a secret Facebook group "Female in Nigeria (FIN)" on Tuesday met with the CEO of the social media giant, Mark Zuckerberg.

'Female in Nigeria' group is designed exclusively for women to talk about life issues -- things that the society has forced many never to speak about and, provide support for each other.

The group kicked off in 2015 and recently hit over one million members.

According to Mark Zuckerberg, he will be meeting with more top admins like Lola later this month for the first ever Facebook Communities Summit.

"Over the past few weeks, I've been meeting group admins across the country who are building meaningful communities on Facebook and will be at the summit.

"This photo is with Lola, who lives in Chicago and is originally from Nigeria, two years ago, she founded a secret Facebook group called Female IN, or FIN" Zuckerberg said in a post on Facebook.

He described FIN as 'a no-judgment space where more than a million women come to talk about everything from marriage and sex to health issues and work problems -- and it's helping end the culture of silence that exists for women in some parts of the world'.

"I'm looking forward to meeting more admins like Lola and talking about how we can help them do even more to build community. 

"I'll share more info on the summit as we get closer, and I'll stream the event live from my profile later this month," He said.

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