Twitter's chief executive Jack Dorsey has said he is rethinking plans to spend as long as six months in Africa, partly due to concerns over the new coronavirus epidemic.
The news came with Dorsey facing a challenge from an activist investor seeking to oust the social media executive, who is also CEO of the digital payments firm Square.
Dorsey had stated his plan in November, saying in a tweet concluding a visit to several countries: "Africa will define the future ... Not sure where yet, but I'll be living here for 3-6 months mid-2020."
In March however, a Dorsey statement tweeted from the Twitter Investor Relations account said the Africa plans are in flux.
"I had been working on my plans where I'd work decentralised, as my team and I do when we travel, but in light of Covid-19 and...