It’s 12 days and Counting

Mohammed “MO” Gulamabbas Dewji Tanzanian businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and former politician à Paris

We can’t believe it’s 12 days to the event already. If you like networking and you want Africa to be great again then you should be at this event coming up on the 26th of Septemeber,2017 in one of the busiest places in America, New York City.

Before we continue you must be wondering what EVENT are these people talking about? So for old time sake let us take you down memory lane.

If you forget anything don’t forget that we (MIPAD) are a civil society that believes that Africa has great potentials and the people who dwell in it are as powerful as any other person in the world based on their field of expertise.At MIPAD our vision is to create a “A World driven by Excellence”. So you see why we are excited?

So why the event you may still ask? The event is to bring together the best and brightest all around the world of African Descent based on their field of expertise in one room to speak to them about how powerful they are as people of African heritage and how they can “Make Africa Great Again” through investing their Economic Influence and talent into Africa.

Read the summary of our honoree who is one of the best and brightest in Business from Africa:

Mohammed Dewji President and CEO of MeTL Group CONFIRMED
Mohammed “Mo” Gulamabbas Dewji is a Tanzanian businessman, philanthropist, and former politician. He is the president and CEO of MeTL Group, a Tanzanian conglomerate founded by his father in the 1970s. Dewji served as Member of Parliament from 2005 – 2015 for his home town of Singida. In March 2015 Forbes magazine named him as the 21st richest person in Africa, with his net worth an estimated US $1.1 billion, has also been the first billionaire in Tanzanian Forbes Magazine in 2013.
See you in New City people.

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