If we are honest, we are living in increasingly hostile and uncertain times. Most African nations and many groups in the Diaspora are at the mercy of their heads of state and heavily rely on the international community for aid in times of emergency and disaster.
But what happens and who comes to the rescue if the richest countries in the world go to war or experience an economic disaster of their own? What is Africa and the Diaspora producing so that they can participate in the global market? More importantly, what are we producing that we can use to sustain ourselves in times of international crisis?
Our people in Sierra Leone need infrastructure and employment, and the Diaspora needs an organized injection of capital to create the generational wealth that slavery and colonialism has robbed us all of.
From agriculture to waste management; energy companies to water companies; fashion design to garment manufacturing; from real estate to banking; cosmetics to healthcare; research to technology; computer science to artificial intelligence; factories to automobile manufacturing--there is a need, a market, and a space for every product and service imaginable.
We are formally inviting you, Diaspora, to do business together and be the generation that replaces poverty with sustainable industrialization.