Africa is possible;
Africa is not as difficult as we have been led to believe.
At the very least, we can attest to the fact that we have solved problems in a variety of ways, each at a high level of quality, and they have all turned out well.
Of sure, we will perform much better with better resources!
In a century where there is easy access to materials and people from around the globe via the internet, there has yet to be an issue that is truly obstructive.
And I have yet to witness the supposed impossibility that exists in Africa. Of course, I am well aware of the laws, policies, and regulations that subject most things to some kind of restriction. But despite all of these challenges, we have succeeded in building communities, developing global businesses, and producing some of the best people from within this country.
However, finding excellent employees, excellent resource managers, and highly innovative people is the main difficulty.
And of course, that isn’t the real issue; the real issue is the paucity of individuals who are in a position to learn, unlearn, and relearn.
If we have people like these, we can create and sustain businesses, products, and initiatives for many generations. Without a doubt, there is a great demand for folks as such. You may be sure that if you are one, you are very much wanted.
We committed ourselves to do things differently and we definitely did!
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(* Picture is taken from Founders’ Square, a monthly community meetup for founders that has since impacted over 5000 individuals in its 18th month of consistency )