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October 22, 2018

Mohammed ‘Mo’ Dewji, Africa’s youngest billionaire and president of multi-billion dollar family business MeTL Group, has been freed unharmed, a week after he was kidnapped by gunmen outside a luxury hotel.

Mohammed ‘Mo’ Dewji, Africa’s youngest billionaire and president of multi-billion dollar family business MeTL Group, has been freed unharmed, a week after he was kidnapped by gunmen outside a luxury hotel.

In the early hours of Saturday morning, Dewji, 43, used his charity's Twitter account, the Mo Dewji Foundation, to announce he had been released.

“I thank Allah that I have returned home safely,” the tweet said

October 15, 2018

The family of Africa’s youngest billionaire, Mohammed Dewji, who was kidnapped last week outside a luxury hotel in Tanzania’s capital city, have offered a reward for any information on his whereabouts.

The family of Africa’s youngest billionaire, Mohammed Dewji, who was kidnapped last week outside a luxury hotel in Tanzania’s capital city, have offered a reward for any information on his whereabouts.

On Thursday, Mohammed “Mo” Dewji, the 43-year-old owner and president of multi-billion dollar family business MeTL Group, was bundled into a car by armed men waiting outside the Colosseum Hotel Oyster Bay as he arrived for a routine morning workout.

June 19, 2018

Third-generation Mohammed “Mo” Dewji transformed his father’s modest trading company into MeTL Group, a conglomerate aiming to become a $5 billion cornerstone of the African economy. The Wall Street rookie turned Giving Pledge philanthropist tells Mfonobong Nsehe what powers his ambition, why China can’t compete, and how his close family balances work and life

Third-generation Mohammed “Mo” Dewji transformed his father’s modest trading company into MeTL Group, a conglomerate aiming to become a $5 billion cornerstone of the African economy.  The Wall Street rookie turned Giving Pledge philanthropist tells Mfonobong Nsehe what powers his ambition, why China can’t compete, and how his close family balances work and life

October 8, 2013

Africa is home to more than triple the number of billionaires than previously thought, according to a new rich list produced by a local business publication, putting it on par with Latin America in terms of its billionaire population.

Africa is home to more than triple the number of billionaires than previously thought, according to a new rich list produced by a local business publication, putting it on par with Latin America in terms of its billionaire population.

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