Africa's Hottest Social Networking Site Is Seen As The Second Coming Of Facebook! “Muozi.com”
Released on: November 18, 2010, 6:10 am
Internet & Online
WEB - African and Global web users have already spoken: social
networking site fanatics find Muozi as the most convenient and
user-friendly site and the toughest competitor of Facebook in Africa.
www.Muozi.com is a social networking site that allows people from different parts of
Africa to connect with their family, friends, as well as old lost friends anytime
and anywhere at their own convenience. This social networking site is a true hit
among grownups and teenagers. The target audiences of this newly launched site are
not only the Africans but the global web users as well.
Owner and Founder, Patrick Ndukwe a Master’s
degree holder in Information System and a graduate of BA in Philosophy and BA in
Economics once said in an interview, “I am positive that Africans has to have a
social network engine that will do to Africans the same thing that Facebook, MySpace
and others like it are doing to the developed world. Muozi.com was born out of the
equalize the techno-gap; the need to give Africa what other developed world has.”
“Muozi has about 15 partners with all having degrees in Law, Marketing,
journalism, film & Video, Music and PR. These partners are both here in
the US and in Africa. Muozi have music artist and film producers on board
as partners.”, Ndukwe told the interviewer.
Ndukwe also specified how Muozi has partnered with some Universities in Africa and
have a lot of professors on board as partners. “We, at Muozi take pride in what we
hoping to achieve, which is creating a bridge to Africa from developed world;
we will take the best of what is in the develop world and bring it to
Africans as relates to Social Networking and technology in general.”
Muozi users are also permitted to add or incorporate a “Documents tab” for every
group if they want. Users are authorized to upload and display documents in group.
Furthermore, all users are also allowed to download documents, print, share, rate
documents, add tags, categorize and leave a comment without a glitch. Other than
that, the group designers or creators are free to set or place a document uploading
option or document viewing permissions for different respective groups.
“Muozi is just starting; we intend to equalize the cost of calling Africa
or calls from Africa as close to FREE as it can be in the near future”, Ndukwe
expressed with great excitement.
Muozi also offers flash video chat, instant messaging service, and more! There are
also separate tabs or sections for blogging, classified ads, forums, games, as well
as videos. Users can share anything with their families and friends wherever they
Furthermore, in an interview conducted by the research team of Muozi.com, Nuji a new
Muozi user said, “I am very impressed with the layout and the features offered by
this social networking site, it is far better compared to other social networks that
I came across with. I am personally recommending this site to my fellow social
networking fanatics. Keep up the good work Muozi!”
It’s undeniable that Muozi is truly the new face of social networking in Africa.
This site allows people to create free account and log in to the website using their
existing account on facebook, twitter, google and other selected social networking
sites. These are the primary reasons why Mouzi is considered as the toughest
competitor of Facebook today. Muozi is a private company connecting Africans to the
world at large.
“Muozi was created three months ago in September of 2010 and it is based in
New York, it also has branches in Africa. Muozi is presently concentrating
in West Africa and South Africa, and probably we will bring it to North and East
Africa soon”, explained by Ndukwe.
Founder and Owner
4442 Richardson Ave., Bronx, New York 10470
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