November 10th 2018 was a big day for Africa because Rotary and the UN came together celebrate its youth.
CEO of The Collective digital ad agency, Board Member of WWF-Kenya, Chairman of the Advertising Standards Board of Kenya, Rotary International Representative to UN Environment, and Past District Governor of Rotary District 9212 in the Horn of Africa.
Our goals are within our reach, because we have achieved some of them before, and they are also stretch goals that call for innovative thinking.
70 percent of the African population is Anglophone, 12 percent Francophone, 10 percent Kiswahili, 10 percent Arabic
In a modern world fully equipped with Google Translate there is no reason not to target a country that has chosen to speak a different European language as a result of their colonial history
One thing that’s caught my attention is the different reasons why executives attend the PAMRO All Africa Media Research Conferences and especially the three types of people who register for the event
Rotary is the most respected volunteer organisation globally because its members continue to dream big and bring their best to the table