Africa Celebrates World Emoji Day

Africa Celebrates World Emoji Day

Monday 17th of July is World Emoji Day. (Image Source: Dekh News)

Monday, 17th of July, is World Emoji Day. The worldwide celebration for the “little people inside our phones” started in 2014 and was founded by Jeremy Burge, a member of Unicode, an emoji standardisation organisation.

 

This year World Emoji Day is being celebrated by millions around the world and here are some of the best reactions from Africans on Twitter:

#WorldEmojiDay

— Bhut’Wavey. (@_WaveyDJ) July 17, 2017

#WorldEmojiDay

— Marius Meyer (@MariusSABPP) July 17, 2017

Happy #WorldEmojiDay

— Mr Twittar (@EraBaloyi) July 17, 2017

We love @LindtSA#WorldEmojiDay #HELLOSelfie pic.twitter.com/FbJviYEuxU

— Michele (@mombaking) July 17, 2017

Happy #WorldEmojiDay, what’s your most used emoji #MM cc @transafrica872 pic.twitter.com/Z7EiGGsBRt

— IG:@tea_mash (@therealmashile) July 17, 2017

People in Africa cant have clean water but we got #WorldEmojiDay

— christopher (@CountOn7) July 17, 2016

As #WorldEmojiDay comes to a close, see the Tweeted emojis around the by country. pic.twitter.com/HeiJwTYIdP

— Twitter (@Twitter) July 18, 2016

So today is #WorldEmojiDay ? ❤ this is us. #angoladigital #DigitalMarketing #Africa #Angola #internet

— nordconexus (@nordconexus) July 17, 2017

@SandtonCity was “Emoji-ed on Saturday!#WorldEmojiDay #EmojiMovie@SonyMoviesSA @sterkinekor pic.twitter.com/1oOmdaQQ9J

— Edwin Reichel (@iamedwinreichel) July 17, 2017

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Happy #WorldEmojiDay!

— Ulrich J van Vuuren (@UlrichJvV) July 17, 2017

 

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