RWANDA, Kigali Following a series of collecting global accolades in Europe in the past months, The Sub Saharan African renowned business and Infrastructure expert Dr Tinashe Manzungu has received another International recognition close to home-the Jamie Pajoel International (JPI) International Business Award in Kigali, Rwanda.
Manzungu received this accolade for his notable achievements in the Infrastructural development and Real Estate business at the side lines of the 4th edition of JPI conference which was recently held in the east African country. The conference was held under the theme: the theme: ‘Build to Last’.
In his award acceptance remarks, the African Business Council Director urged the business experts in the private sector across the continent to be vigilant and determined in ensuring positive impacts on the continent’s growth.
“It is such an honour to receive this award and I am compelled to encourage all business experts, leaders of companies in the private sector to keep pushing towards the growth of our economies across Africa. We love our Africa and together working hand in hand with our governments we can achieve great things and transform our economies. Let us strive to spearhead a variety of projects that will lure Foreign Direct Investments as well as Domestic Direct Investments,” he said.
“As African business leaders in the private sector let us all take advantages of our vast resources and add value to our products before trading. Let us use our challenges as sources of opportunities and build a better version of our continent.”
He said the continent’s larger population is already an advantage for a market for products produced in Africa and business people in Africa should take advantage of that.
The event was attended by a variety of business experts, multi-national companies’ leaders and organisational leaders across the globe.
Dr Manzungu through his global connections has attracted both Domestic and Foreign investors to His organization, he believes that there is more to partnerships than individualism.