With the launch of Microsoft’s latest operating system just a few hours away, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has arrived in Kenya this afternoon to celebrate.
It is not yet clear as to what exactly he will be doing during his visit on the eve of the launch of Windows 10 in Kenya.
Microsoft announced its plans to launch Windows 10 with global fan celebrations, joint efforts with thousands of retailers, including all Microsoft store locations, a new global advertising campaign, and a new year-long initiative to celebrate people and organizations making a difference around the world.
Satya Nadella’s visit could be in line with Microsoft’s new Upgrade Your World campaign (#UpgradeYourWorld) – a new year-long initiative to celebrate those who inspire and empower others, led by Microsoft’s vision to help people achieve more through technology and in celebration of the Windows 10 launch.
— Satya Nadella (@satyanadella) July 28, 2015
Microsoft will join its partners and fans in September to select 10 nonprofits in each of 10 countries — of which Kenya is inclusive — to also receive cash investments and technology to help them upgrade the world in their local communities.
We will keep you updated on this.