Group Investments

What will bring progress and development to the African Continent is the availability of sustainable industries and factories where we can process raw materials into finished products, using modern technologies. By processing our raw materials, we will be able to generate more revenue than when we send our raw materials abroad for processing. This will definitely help us generate more revenue for our various governments and also create employment for our people.

African Growth is using a Group Investments strategy to encourage and connect Africans who are interested in helping the motherland through the help of legal practitioners and a group of experts. It is understandable that most people can create any business they can afford, but your participation will make a lot of people participate, which will ultimately create more jobs for our people. It is most likely that the rate of poverty and crime in Africa will double in the next 12 months if we fail to adequately enlighten, educate and support our people. We can’t fold our hands and watch while the African situation is getting worse and our people continue to suffer.

Studies reveal that Africa’s population is about 1.216 billion; in addition to this towering figure, about 210 million Africans are living in Diaspora. This brings us to 1,426,000,000 Africans home and abroad. 

Hence, if five hundred thousand black people donate 500 USD, we will accumulate 250 million USD, which implies that we will be collecting 3 billion USD in 12 investment contribution windows.  

If we can generate a sum of 250 million USD, you can imagine the number of chocolate factories and other profitable factories that can become a reality with this sum of money we intend to raise. 

Imagine also how many jobs we can create across Africa with a 3 billion USD investment. Think of how much tax/revenue these factories and jobs will generate to the African governments each year!

Many people can give away 500 USD as a gift; however, in this case, we will channel all funds into investment. We are not helping the continent of Africa for free; instead, we aim to invest the money, which people would typically give away without any thought.

Possibly, if we can raise 500 USD from five hundred thousand black people, then the total shares will be equal to the number of contributors, that is, 500,000 shares, which means that one person owns one share. However, if anyone wants to contribute more than 500 USD, say 2000 USD, then such a person will own 4 shares in total, and he/ she will be represented four times out of the five hundred thousand contributors.

Each member can donate as much as possible, but for every 500 USD, a member will get 1 share. For anyone to quickly know the number of shares they have acquired, they should divide the amount they contributed by 500.

We have a sub-category which involves the sum of 5,000 USD; however, it is limited to only one hundred thousand people in every window. Once the number of members reaches one hundred thousand, all other interested individuals will have to wait until another investment contribution window to take up. If one hundred thousand people contribute 5,000 USD, it will amount to 500 million dollars. Some of the funds can be channelled  into telecommunications, thereby solving Africa’s internet problems within seven years, thereby helping to grow African businesses and ultimately helping to create sustainable jobs across Africa. 

If we can raise the sum of 500 million dollars through this means, then we can negotiate with the government of the Republic of Congo and other governments in Africa whose countries are rich in various natural resources such as Coltan (Approximately 80% of the world’s supply of Coltan is found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, but sadly, Coltan is still mined by hand in the Congo, similar to how gold was mined in California during the 19th century, even though we are in the 21st century). We also want all African governments to see the reasons why we should be manufacturing our own devices to avoid undue external influence — making our personal devices will help to prevent external forces from monitoring or recording telephone conversations by Africans for instance, which could be possible if they had already incorporated tracking tools within the foreign-made devices they sell to our people.

We will also negotiate with African professionals who are into the mobile phone manufacturing business to manage and adequately supervise our mobile phone manufacturing processes. After setting up our mobile phone manufacturing industry, we will focus on another sector that will yield profits and benefit to the African continent. 

In another sector, we may decide to use another 500 million dollars to establish an industry where we can process raw materials like Gold, Diamond, Copper, Cobalt and wood. If we invest 500 million dollars in a wood processing industry, then African professionals who are into the wood business will be the ones to oversee the production processes. We will do this by negotiating with the government of African countries that possess these natural resources and expert businessmen and women knowledgeable about running such businesses.

We will dedicate 100% attention to these businesses and will only have professionals in all requisite fields running them smoothly. More so, we’ll generate money from each investment and invest in other African countries to ensure that all Africans have access to all essential amenities. 

Unlike in Africa, where many parents and their children aren’t familiar with YouTube and other online learning platforms, young people in different continents learn new careers from YouTube every day. When you tell a majority of parents in Africa and their children to learn something useful through watching YouTube tutorials, they usually reply that they have slow internet connection or have no data.

We also have another sub-category which involves the sum of 100,000 USD; however, it is limited to only five hundred thousand people in every window. Once the number of members reaches five hundred thousand, all other interested individuals will have to wait until another investment contribution window can open. If five hundred thousand people contribute 100,000 USD, it will amount to 500 million USD. We can channel the funds to renewable energy investment, thereby solving Africa’s electricity problems within ten years, ultimately helping to grow African businesses.

All profits generated from each investment will be reinvested and not shared for at least the first three years, in a bid to ensure that we keep expanding and to enable us to save for our future and that of our children. White people are visiting space periodically, and we don’t know what resources they may be going there to mine or hide, so let’s make sacrifices wisely through these beneficial ideas that can be very effective in launching Africa into the forefront of development.

Again, we have another sub-category which involves the sum of 500,000 USD; however, it is limited to only one hundred thousand people. Once the number of members reaches one hundred thousand, all other interested individuals will have to wait until another investment contribution window can open. If one hundred thousand people contribute 500,000 USD, it will amount to 50 billion USD. 

In another sector, we may decide to use another 500 million dollars to establish an industry where we can process raw materials like Gold, Diamond, Copper, Cobalt and wood. If we invest 500 million dollars in a wood processing industry, then African professionals who are into the wood business will be the ones to oversee the production processes. We will do this by negotiating with the government of African countries that possess these natural resources and expert businessmen and women knowledgeable about running such businesses.