Base Sebonego, founder of Mosele Legal Service and Botswana’s richest man according to Forbes Africa, is expected to explore various investment opportunities in Ghana.
As part of his visit, Mr Sebonego would attend the maiden edition of Passion for Africa Business Forum (PFABF), an initiative that seeks to encourage Africans to invest in Africa and salute the trailblazers.
“Every quarter a highly successful personality on the African business front is selected to tell his story and also contribute to the discussion of Africans, seizing the golden opportunities presented by the continent as the new frontier of the global economy.
“The personality is also patted on the back with the Pan-African Business Achievement Award to encourage him or her to do more.
“We think Mr Sebonego has contributed to the continent and needs to be celebrated as such,” organizers said.
Mr Sebonego would visit the Ghana Investment Promotion Council (GIPC) and the Minister of Trade and Industry to explore various investment opportunities in Ghana.
He would also work in consultation with Stockrush Ghana Limited, organizers of the event, to outline some investment potentials in his country that Ghanaian entrepreneurs and businesses can exploit through a project dubbed, ‘Ghanaians Investing Abroad (GIA).’
At PFABF, Mr Sebonego would share the stage with great minds from Ghana’s business community to help inspire the youth to invest in Africa.
He would also be presented with the Pan-African Business Achievement Award at a special gala which will be attended by dignitaries in the country.
The 41-year-old Sebonego runs an affordable legal insurance company that serves the people of Botswana.
Mosele Legal Services has three branches countrywide and over 30,000 subscribers.