The African Development Bank showed that Africa has the highest entrepreneurship rate in the world. Small and Medium Enterprises are now the biggest formal employers in Sub-Saharan Africa and will undoubtedly be key in creating the 54 million jobs that Africa is expected to create by 2022.
While the job creation potential is promising, it is a far cry from the demands - Africa will need 122 million new jobs by 2022.
Nathan Lee-Winans Annobi, the current Duty Managing Director of PaySwitch Limited (a fintech company in Ghana). He has over 15 years of experience in business formulation and execution and is married with 4 children. He is also a pastor at a church called IPC-Hope Temple. Nathan over the past 15 years has established 4 businesses all of which he says are thriving well.
Tawanda Kembo, who describes himself as a fourth-generation entrepreneur and one of Africa’s foremost cryptocurrency experts. Tawanda started Africa’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Golix in 2014 - it’s now available in 7 countries and growing fast. Tawanda is one of the earliest adopters of cryptocurrency on the African continent through his involvement with bitcoin in 2012. He has spoken at several major international cryptocurrency conferences, is an avid blogger, and has contributed to and advised numerous cryptocurrency-related companies and projects over the years. Tawanda is committed to giving every person in Africa financial autonomy.