- A Tanzanian man has shared his 'grass to grace' story on social media
- The man, identified as Given Edward, shared photos of how he struggled to hustle for 10 years
- Edward ended the 10years of hard work by receiving recognition by Queen Elizabeth
A Tanzanian tech boss, Given Edward, has narrated the story of his hustle on social media with before and after photos. The tech boss shared the photos on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
Edward, who had started his hustle in his room 10 years ago, shared a photo of himself working on his computer. In the photo, he revealed that the picture represented the beginning of a decade.
After years of hard work, the tech boss received great recognition for all his work for the community. He was presented with an award by Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain.
The tech boss also shared a photo of when he received the award and revealed that the picture represented the end of a decade. He received the award for his innovation and impact.
Edward is the founder of Mtabe a tech company in Tanzania that uses artificial intelligence and SMS technology to deliver learning content to students who cannot afford textbooks and have no access to the internet.
He also founded another app known as app MyElimu. The app is an ed-tech discussion forum that allows peer learning and makes it possible for Tanzanian secondary school students to discuss school activities.
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