Be Who You Are
In this episode we interview Swiss historian and entrepreneur with Ghanaian roots and founder of Afrolitt, a platform that uses literature from sub-Saharan Africa and its Black diaspora as a tool enabling critical knowledge and sharing.
"Be Who You Are" With Pamela Ohene Nyako
Stephen Akintayo shatters the myth that you need a lot of capital to start a business and become an entrepreneur. Instead, he highlights the importance of “informal education” and leveraging technology to create wealth for Africa and unlock the continent’s potential.
Muna Lobe, founder of AYA Consulting, talks about the importance of supporting creative artists, the power of storytelling for stories to transcend non-African communities, as well as renaming, redefining and reclaiming African Arts and Culture by their communities.
Rootencial speaks with Diane Audrey Ngako, a Cameroonian entrepreneur based in Douala. After spending her teenage and early adulthood years in Paris, Diane decides to return to her native Cameroon to build her business legacy.