Twitter often advertises itself as a platform for public conversations. Over time, it has changed its user experience to make discussions more transparent.
These include tags that identify heads of state and state-affiliated media accounts and community-oriented methods to curb the spread of misinformation.
A few days ago, Twitter declared that it is opening a new office in Ghana to conduct business in Africa. This move is part of Twitter’s development strategy to promote public dialogue.
The company believes that in order to promote constructive discussions related to the African continent, it needs to fully engage with the African community.
Therefore, it is currently building a team in Ghana and is hiring for engineering, design, product, and marketing-related positions.
As part of its home office policy, new employees will be hired immediately and work remotely, but the final goal is to open a physical office in Ghana.
Twitter said that it chose Ghana as the location for its new office because the country supports freedom of speech and online freedom.
Twitter also said that it will not only recruit in Ghana but will also strengthen and invest in local communities in various ways and measures as in the past.