Facebook On My Kabiriti!

Only in Kampala, the city of cool, do these things happen.


You can now update your facebook status from your mobile phone. Not your high end programmable phone with a camera and I don’t know whatever; I mean a low down and dirty kabiriti that has fallen in the pit a couple of times!

Jon Gosier, a business entrepreneur extraordinaire founded Appfrica.org has been busy! And so today he went live with Status.ug developed by Mr. Felix Kitaka, a young brilliant incubator at Appfrica and student at Makerere University’ Faculty of Computing & IT

Appfrica.org facilitates, mentors and incubates entrepreneurs in software in East Africa and Uganda. It offers a physical space with a solid internet connection, servers, software and computers that allows students and recent graduates a place to develop their ideas in a constructive environment…

Dig this, the place is complete with mentors!!

“… student projects are refined and prepped to help them secure funding and launch sustainable, profitable businesses. This project, loosely modeled after Paul Graham’s Y Combinator, is better known as Appfrica Labs.”

And I just lifted this off their site because its not so easy to paraphrase what they were saying.

“Appfrica Labs is a for-profit incubator and software development firm currently based out of Kampala, Uganda. The mission is to offer opportunities and work experience for East African software entrepreneurs so that they can then use their talents to bolster the growing local markets by offering products and services. Appfrica picks up where East African colleges leave off by offering hands-on experience in programming languages like Java, C++, C#,….”

You should check them out. And my life will never be the same again. Ever!

Oh I had forgotten you wanna register, right?

Ok you have to sign up at:


… Till then …

5 thoughts on “Facebook On My Kabiriti!

  1. i’m also semi-allergic…but i think i cd work some coding magic with those guys; they seem to have something nice gng on there…thnks 4 the heads-up


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