Mimi One Of Few Entrepreneurs Who Attended The Largest Entrepreneurial Gathering In Africa

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The former Ghanaian singer and reality tv star who continues to be one of the most remarkable stories of our time, Mimi, has once again achieved another milestone in her new reincarnation as Mimi the entrepreneur.

Once a mega hit singer, Mimi is now an inspiring figure as an entrepreneur who seems to achieve something remarkable every other week we just can’t stop marveling at.

Her latest feat involved being one of the few entrepreneurs who were present during the finale of the Entrepreneurial mentorship program run by theTony Elumelu Foundation.

The Tony Elumelu Foundation has a mentorship program where noted entrepreneurs are partnered with up and coming ones to impart into them all the skills and knowledge they possess.

Mimi has been an important part of the project and was in Nigeria two weeks ago as the program held its finale.

His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo was the special guest of honor at the event.

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The gathering was made of heads of states and entrepreneurs from different parts of Africa, and served as an opportunity for the mentors to meet their mentees.

Mimi held sessions with her assigned mentees who are from Zambia and Nigeria.

As a business mentor/coach it was a place of networking and connecting which enabled her expand her territories and it was massively successful.

The event marks another remarkable milestone for Mimi, who in recent weeks has become a serial award winner for her entrepreneurship prowess – she was recently adjudged one of the 40 best entrepreneurs under 40 years of age in Ghana and was also honoured by the ObaaGoGetter Women Network.

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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