Saturday, October 10, 2015

Forbes Cover: Obinwanne Okeke "Africa's Youngest Billionaire"

I have always admired his business acumen, and I still believe in Africa business-wise just because of success stories like his. It will be an honour to get Forbes to do an article/cover on me some day. 

Till then, I will stay in my corner and be making moves and closing deals.

Cheers guys

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Made in Africa guys!

I had always told myself that as a business man, the gold mine is in Africa. I have never doubted this belief! I have immensely traveled Africa, and each time in search of an opportunity and demands yet to be met. I am very excited about the results and how much opportunities there is in Africa for use to make a lot of money as well as improve the lives of Africa's citizens and inhabitants.

I am typing this short post in my hotel room in Addis Ababa. I must tel you that I feel at home here, just like in South Africa, Zambia, Ghana, Kenya and most recently Rwanda. I am yet to visit all the African countries, but I made promise to make sure that the #Invictus brand becomes very familiar in all of its nation's economy.

I urge the African entrepreneurs to look inward for opportunities, we have what it takes, you just have to be a bit more creative and focused.

Let me catch on some sleep, the lady at the reception warned that she'll wake me up at 5AM and this is way beyond midnight, I have a flight to catch to Johannesburg in the morning.


Thursday, September 17, 2015

The man Jack!

Jack Ma is the CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, he gave an interview at Davos with Bloomberg TV's Charlie Rose, in which he talked about Alibaba's growth and history. During the interview in Switzerland, Ma reflected on the effects of the company's growth from a Chinese web startup to a global e-commerce giant.

All through this interview, I couldn't move and I totally enjoy his approach towards life. His theories on life in general is mind blowing.

Have fun and listen attentively.


Saturday, September 5, 2015