A Sierra Leonean has created a messaging app that is faster than WhatsApp

A US-based Sierra Leonean by the name of Hafiz Alhassan Kanu has created an app called Supfrica. The app, just like WhatsApp, has all the features that WhatsApp has. But one thing that it has that WhatsApp doesn’t is, it’s 2× faster than WhatsApp. Sending a message on Supfrica is faster than sending a message on WhatsApp. A voice and video call in Africa is of high quality just as WhatsApp. This is the time to embrace our own. It is proudly made by a Sierra Leonean!

The company, Techfrica, which is owned by Mr. Hassan Hafiz Bakarr-Kanu Sr., released the app on Google Play Store on December 11, 2020, with fewer downloads. The App became known to Sierra Leoneans when Salone Messenger break the silence on the 5th of January in a Facebook post which went viral on Facebook and off Facebook. Today, the app has reached over 19,000+ downloads on Google Play Store; making it the fastest app made by a Sierra Leonean to climax that far, and the most talked-about app in Sierra Leone and Africa as a whole.

The app is also amazingly rated number 1 on Google Play Store Top Free Apps; leading the world’s top messaging apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, Facebook, Telegram, WeChat, etc.

The messaging app, Supfrica, has the following features:

– Supfrica’s voice call and video call is faster, cheaper, and audible.

– You can forward messages to more than 20 contacts at once, unlike WhatsApp.

– With Supfrica, you can create a Supfrica group and add an unlimited number of contacts to your group, unlike WhatsApp

– With Supfrica, you can use 2G, 3G, and 4G perfectly without scrambling when calling voice and video calls.

I’m now using Supfrica. Join me there by clicking on the link below to download the app on Google Play Store here 👇

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.supfrica.Appsfrica

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64 comments

  1. Wonderful, thank you. I sent Bill G. a message he is such a looser and a psycho. Africa number 1!!!

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  2. One mistake that us Africans and Afro-descendant are currently making is that, whenever we produce something that is successfully competitive, we’re quick to coin with an Afro flavor instead of making it universal.

    When you make it open, a wider audience get on the fan wagon not because of who owns it but because of its quality, and not only that you get a chance to become a new billionaire. Now that it is in this trend, a signal is out stating keep out it’s only for such or such people therefore missing the of a great business venture that would have even greatly benefit Africans.

    To wake up ins not only to have our eyes open, but it is to fully be awakened to reality.

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  3. It’s faster because it has little traffic fast forward to the usual traffic what’sapp gets it wil be slower not that people complain at how slow it is. I don’t even think its slow at all it’s typical of messengers.

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  4. *Hello users of Supfrica.*

    Due to the rising number of downloads of the Supfrica app, we’re having technical issues affecting the OTP. A one-time password (OTP), also known as one-time PIN or dynamic password, is a password that is valid for only one login session or transaction, on a computer system or other digital device. If you just download the app, you’ll find out that the OTP code you should receive to enable you to use the app after registering your number to the app is not registering. Other technical issues affecting the app have also been looked at and the technical team Techfrica is fixing those issues.

    The technical team at Techfrica is fixing this up and we’re very sorry to all our 170,000 users globally. We’re working on it, and it will soon be fixed.

    Thank you for choosing Supfrica.

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  5. The need is there. The timing is right. Your future is assured. Watch for the Historical enemy of our People they will come.

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  6. Great, let’s go back to our culture and heritage as before, the calls us “AFRICA” our Original name ain’t African, but that’s another day’s story
    I love my follow Blacks let’s unity together and conquer our Enemies
    Remember United will stand, divide will fall

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  7. *Hello users of Supfrica.*

    Due to the rising number of downloads of the Supfrica app, we’re having technical issues affecting the OTP. A one-time password (OTP), also known as one-time PIN or dynamic password, is a password that is valid for only one login session or transaction, on a computer system or other digital device. If you just download the app, you’ll find out that the OTP code you should receive to enable you to use the app after registering your number to the app is not registering. Other technical issues affecting the app have also been looked at and the technical team Techfrica is fixing those issues.

    The technical team at Techfrica is fixing this up and we’re very sorry to all our 170,000+ users globally. We’re working on it, and it will soon be fixed.

    Thank you for choosing Supfrica.

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  8. Apps very slow haven’t received confirmatory SMS… You fix that and also change the logo, We Africans will have to support ours and here in Ghana we support supfrica.

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  9. African must unite , i love supfrica app but since yesterday night I downloaded and shared to 7 of my friends they all downloaded it last night and I made calls both audio and video very honest clear but the problem since this morning that the app is not more working it will show online status but can’t deliver any chat to my contacts and all my friends that I shared contact t me why the app is not working till now , I’m here in Indonesia plz admin look into this problem from supfrica plz update it let’s continue promoting out own thx.

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  10. This is great news produced by an African. All our support is needed to promote this app by using it. I have used it and it’s really good.

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  11. I downloaded. I sent messages which have not reached my contact. Their messages have not reached. All this while we are seeing each other online.

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  12. I downloaded the app but it’s taking so long to send me a verification code. Pls help

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  13. It’s rather better to support African products, than Western stuff, were they don’t even value or love us?

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  14. AFRICA HERE WE COME THANKS MY BROTHER, SLOWLY BUT SURELY. we are coming with peace love and compassion its our time.

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  15. Congratulation Sir, we are all proud of you. More Blessings will be coming your way.

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  16. Am glad that a Sierra Leonian have done such renovation thank you brother, congratulations.

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  17. I’ve shared this app with others in support of your innovation but the question that’s being asked is about security and data safety. Is there any info about this that I can see and share…?

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  18. I’m loving it. I am an Afrikan, born in Kenyam. I’d like to buy some shares! Twende Kazi Jamii! (Let’s get to Work Family)🙏🏽💛🧚🏾‍♀️👊🏾🤜🏾✊🏾

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  19. Im happy and proud. you are an African . I sincerely hope this app will not be religious biased because i noticed a phrase about Island in the features. Also how safe and secured are people’s conversations. All the same congrats brother_♥

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  20. I got the information about the app from a friend at Kenya, but when I installed it on my phone. The phone keeps on restarting everytime I make a call or send a message

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  21. That’s quite encouraging. Wish you all the best as you fight to improve African technically

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