International Development Expert, Author, Speaker, Advisor, Philanthropist, and Global African Entrepreneur, he has received several international recognitions including his appearance on the list of 100 Most Influencial People of African Descend.
At 29, he is founder 8 companies in key economic sectors, he has received 6 Awards and honors for catalyzing significant development initiatives, published six books on economic development and personal development. Spoke at 40 plus high-level conferences, co-hosted the first Africa House at South by Southwest Conference (SXSW), hosted the largest Global-Africa conference in the United States of America in 2018.
He hosted the largest solar trade show in Texas in 2017, participated at over 170 business conferences and exhibitions, created 12 world-class investment sourcing and trade facilitation platforms and helped mega projects off the ground in Africa.
Also, he facilitated over 385 million U.S dollars in Africa via his platforms, founded over 30 programs for economic development, provided clean drinking water to 5 communities in Africa and created Impact the lives of over 80,000 people with books and motivational speaking.
In addition to the above, he is an active player in activities pertaining to trade, investment, and economic development including the prestigeous Africa Trade and Investment Global Summit whose first edition held at the World Trade Center in Washington DC in 2018 regrouping over 2300 key actors from across the globe.
In the solar sector, he hosted the first Solar Pioneer Awards Ceremony, Solar Career Fair, and the Solar Shark Tank in Texas, USA. These and many others are some of his achievements over the years. On this year’s Forbes list of under 30, he is the only Cameroonian who featured on the list for his outstanding achievements. Below is the full list:
- Bako Ambianda, 29, Cameroon
- Reward Sukez, 27, Malawi
- Thobo Khathola, 28, Botswana
- Tony Mautsu, 27, Botswana
- Uzair Essack, 27, South Africa
- Baraka Daniel Kiranga, 29, Tanzania
- Newman Tshepo Ramatokwane, 29, Botswana
- Shamim Nabuuma Kaliisa, 24, Uganda
- Lloyd Harris, 23, South Africa
- DJ Cuppy, 27, Nigeria
- Mr Eazi, 28, Nigeria
- Knowledge Mawuli Parku, 26, Ghana
- Ogutu Okudo, 28, Kenya
- Patoranking, 29, Nigeria
- Tracy Batta, 29, Nigeria
- Olajumoke Oduwole , 29, Nigeria
- Paul Makaya, 26, Zimbabwe
- Anwar Bougroug, 29, Morocco
- Pieter-Steph du Toit, 27,
- Swanky Jerry, 28, Nigeria
- Nijel Amos, 26, Botswana
- Davies Okeowo, 29, Nigeria
- Maryam Gwadabe, 29, Nigeria
- Director Package, 29, South Africa
- Sasha Vybz, 28, Uganda
- Lewis Appiagyei, 16, Ghana
- Hadeel Osman, 29, Sudan
- OPlrou Grebet, 22, Ivory Coast
- Asisat Oshoala, 25, Nigeria
- Scilla Owusu, 23, Ghana