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Episodes

Episode 30: How a young Ghanaian started an All-Girls Coding Training program to solve the lack of African Women in Tech

10/23/2017
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Welcome to episode 30 of Africans Building Africa Podcast! My name is Amadou Hanne, founder of Africans Building Africa and the host of Africans Building Africa Podcast. In this Episode, I interviewed Ivy Barley who’s the founder of Developers in Vogue, an All-Girls coding trading program in Ghana solving the lack of African Women in Tech. While studying for […]

Duration: 00:39:04


Episode 29: How 3 young Africans in the diaspora started a renewable energy company solving the electricity problem in Nigeria

10/16/2017
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Welcome to episode 29 of Africans Building Africa Podcast! My name is Amadou Hanne, founder of Africans Building Africa and the host of Africans Building Africa Podcast. In this Episode, I interviewed Ifeanyi Umejei who’s the founder of Ice Commercial Power, a renewable energy company providing electricity to small businesses in Nigeria. While Ifeanyi Umejei was struggling […]

Duration: 00:45:51


Episode 28: How a young Nigerian started an eCommerce platform selling Made In Africa luxury brands to the Diaspora

10/9/2017
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Welcome to episode 28 of Africans Building Africa Podcast! My name is Amadou Hanne, founder of Africans Building Africa and the host of Africans Building Africa Podcast. In this Episode, I interviewed Chekwas Okafor who’s the founder of Onychek.com, an ecommerce platform selling luxury Made In Africa brands. In September 2016, Chekwas Okafor, left his full-time job as […]

Duration: 00:28:08


Episode 27: How a Cameroonian started a Digital Hospital company from the Netherlands

10/2/2017
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Welcome to episode 27 of Africans Building Africa Podcast! My name is Amadou Hanne, I am the founder of Africans Building Africa and the host of Africans Building Africa Podcast. In this Episode, I interviewed Patricia Monthe who’s the founder of MedX, a digital hospital. While in school for her Masters degree, Patricia Monthe wrote a research paper […]

Duration: 00:32:45


Episode 26: How a young Ugandan started a Mobile Money company allowing business to pay people electronically

9/25/2017
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Welcome to episode 26 of Africans Building Africa Podcast! My name is Amadou Hanne, I am the founder of Africans Building Africa and the host of Africans Building Africa Podcast. In this Episode, I interviewed Luke Kyohere who’s the founder of Beyonic, a mobile money company. With his software consulting company, Luke was able to spin off […]

Duration: 00:28:52


Episode 25: How a Young Fearless Guinean is set out to modernize Guinea with an Uber like Company

6/6/2017
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As Aissatou Khairy Diallo mentioned in French “Vous n’allez jamais recontrer une personne aussi patriotic que moi” meaning you will never find someone as patriotic as her, shows the love she has for her country, Guinea. Growing up in the United States, she has always represented her country from school to her participation in Guinean […]

Duration: 00:25:31


Episode 10: How two Nigerian Brothers started a Beverage Company from $5

11/13/2016
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Seyi Abolaji, a Stanford graduate, and his brother Seun Abolaji are the co-founders of Wilson’s Juice Company (www.wilsonsjuiceco.com) which they started with $5 as initial capital. After moving back to Nigeria from the United States, Seyi and his brother realize that there is a need for healthy beverages. So, they started providing fresh orange juice, […]

Duration: 00:30:18


Episode 9: Why is it so hard to raise capital in Africa from an African Investor

10/30/2016
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Over the past 3 months, we have been chatting with different African Entrepreneurs and one of the main issues they encounter is raising capital. So, we have decided to bring in an African Investor, Youssouf Carius, to tell us more about the investment landscape in Africa and why is it so hard for African Entrepreneurs […]

Duration: 00:16:10


Episode 7: How a Nigerian left London to start a Sock Company in his home country

10/16/2016
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Segun Abiona is proud to say that he has left the 9-5 job as an Invest Analyst in London to start his own venture, Nicole & Giovanni Socks, a sock designer and manufacturing company in Nigeria. Segun, Founder and Creative Director of Nicole & Giovanni Socks, is the definition of an Entrepreneur as he started […]

Duration: 00:20:58


Episode 6: How a young Nigerian became an International Speaker from the streets of London

10/9/2016
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Onyi Anyado a Nigerian based in England is a Global Leadership Speaker who has a passion for entrepreneurship, youth leadership and employee development. In his early years, Onyi grew up without a father. Onyi lived a life called ‘the street life’ and in this period, Onyi was nearly shot dead. Today, Onyi is a distinguished […]

Duration: 00:29:16