Birthday Blues: Mo Ibrahim Foundation Acknowledges Sarkodie

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is a foundation which was founded by the Sudanese-British billionaire businessman, Mo Ibrahim. Mo Ibrahim is also the founder of Celtel, a telecommunication company which according to Wikipedia, has over 24million phone subscribers in 14 African countries.

However, he sold Celtel in 2005 for a reported fee of $3.4billion and set up the Mo Ibrahim Foundation in 2006 to encourage better governance in Africa. He is also a member of the Africa Regional Advisory board of the London Business School.

According to the Forbes 2011 Billionaire list, he had an estimated net worth of $1.18 billion which made him the 692nd richest person in the world.

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Now, on to Sarkodie, shall we? Sarkodie, undisputedly Africa’s finest rapper has been recognized by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation as he was wished a happy birthday by them.

The Foundation also recounted Sarkodie’s genius performance during the Mo Ibrahim Foundation (MIF) Accra concert which was held in 2015.

Source: EonlineGH.com

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