The Ministry of Immigration announces the names of African entrepreneurs participating in the “Businessmen” session

Within the framework of preparations for the “Egypt Can” Conference in its sixth edition, which is scheduled to be launched under the slogan “Egypt Can through Industry”, the Ministry of Immigration announces the names of Egyptian experts abroad who participate in the “African Businessmen” session, during which it reviews the success stories of entrepreneurs who have performed in their countries as well as in their homeland, or in the institutions of the outside world.

The “Egypt Can with Industry” conference is organized in collaboration between the Ministries of Immigration, Trade, Industry, Military Production and the Business Sector, under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, from 31 May to June 1, 2022.

The session is moderated by Dr. Amani Asfour, President of the Federation of Business Women’s Associations (AFRWE) in the Common Market for East and Southern Africa “COMESA region”, and aims to encourage industry in Africa through technology, scientific research and value addition to raw materials in Africa, President of the Egyptian Business Women’s Association, and International President BPW International, Honorary President of Business and Professional Women (BPW) Egypt) and Business Women’s Association (EBWA) – and President of the African Alliance for the Empowerment of Women. President of the African Arab Network for the Empowerment of Women, President of the Mediterranean Conference of Business and Professional Women, President of the FEMCOM Federation of Business Women’s Associations in COMESA, and Founder and President of the African Training Center for Women Entrepreneurs.

Mahmoud Saqr, founder of Saqr Bio Farms, Kigali, Rwanda, director of Glory Systems, Jeddah and Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, will attend the session. He holds a Bachelor of Arts, Department of Information Technology, a Master’s degree in Information Technology and a degree in Business Administration.

And Michael Tawadros from Nigeria, he is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Fafa Group of Companies in Egypt, Nigeria and the United States, a member of the Royal Council of Uniro Victoria Island – Lagos, and the Secretary General of the International Fund for Development and Planning.

And Mansoor Ahmed of Nigeria, President of the Pan African Manufacturers Association, and Director of the Dangote Group of Companies. Director of Stakeholder Relations and Corporate Communications for the group, he holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nottingham, and a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Cranfield Institute of Technology in the United Kingdom.

and Mohamed Agroudi Ayach of Tunisia, who chairs the board of directors of Power Invest Mediteranean Company, which specializes in energy use and investment in its resources, particularly new and renewable ones.

Samba Bathili of Mali. A global African entrepreneur, pioneer in sustainable clean energy solutions and solar power. and founder of Africa Development Solutions (ADS) and co-founder and CEO of Solektra, one of the influential leaders driving growth in Africa.

and Ambassador Aminu Akadere of Nigeria, Executive Director of the Federation of West African Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FEWACCI) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Abuja, Nigeria.

Hussein Hassan Hussein holds a postgraduate degree in Political and Economic Studies in Africa from the University of Cairo, and is currently Head of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Mining at the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa.

James Chamois is a Board Member of the COMESA Business Council, and President of the Federation of Malawi Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI).

Tawfiq Selim Turki, President of the East African Chambers of Commerce and Agriculture (EACCIA), is also the chair of the African Business Council of the Infrastructure Commission.

Arnold Akkpou of Benin, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Benin (CCIB), has more than 20 years in the strategic management of several companies as founder and CEO. He manages Anath Oil & amp; Gas Switzerland – Geneva, is involved in the hotel business with the ARN Hotel, headquartered in Côte d’Ivoire.

friendship. Tinashe Mazongo from Zimbabwe, a multilingual entrepreneur with extensive professional and entrepreneurial experience, has established several companies in Zimbabwe. Major shareholder and chairman of private limited companies including Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Public Medical Assistance Fund.

Robert Vakolera of Benin is President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Benin (CCIB), and has more than 20 years in the strategic management of several companies as founder and CEO. He also manages Anath Oil & Gas Switzerland – Geneva, and is involved in the hotel industry with the ARN Hotel, based in the Ivory Coast.

Samih Fanoos, CEO of Basco International in Dubai, is also a partner and board member of Basco Engineering and Trading for its subsidiaries in Egypt, the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf states.

and Thamba Pathle from Mali, a global African entrepreneur and pioneer in sustainable clean energy and solar solutions, founder of Africa Development Solutions (ADS), as well as co-founder and CEO of Solektra, one of the influential leaders driving growth in Africa .

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