The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC), which is the official Commonwealth’s business network, has appointed Nigeria’s Dozy Mmobuosi as a member of its Global Advisor Council.
Mmobuosi’s appointment, which was announced by the organisation in a statement, was linked to his track records and achievements in agricultural financial technology.
Mmobuosi, who is the founder and chief executive officer of Tingo Group was described by CWEIC as a “distinguished Nigerian technology entrepreneur and advocate for technological advancement and social upliftment in Africa and beyond.
This is coming as CWEIC equally announced Tingo Group as its strategic partner.
With a foundation, the Dozy Mmobuosi Foundation, which is aiming to among other issues address key health challenges in Nigeria, especially prostate cancer, Mmobuosi’s Tingo Group provides a platform for about 10 millions farmers to reach the rest of world with their products and ideas.