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Mohammed Dewji (Muslim Businessman, Tanzania)

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CEO of METL Group (Mohammed Dewji, Business in Tanzania)

  1. Mohammed Dewji (Tanzanian Muslim Businessman)
  2. METL Group (Tanzanian Conglomerate)
  3. Metl Foundation

Sample - Mohammed Dewji (businessperson, Tanzania)
Mohammed Dewji Tanzanian Businessman

African Student, Doctorate, Master International Business, ForeignTrade

African Business and Economy

Mohammed Dewji “Mo” (Tanzanian businessperson) was born in 1975 in Singida (Tanzania - East Africa).

  1. Mohammed Dewji studied his secondary education in Dar es-Salaam, high school in New Jersey, and International Finance and Business at Georgetown University (USA). In the U.S. he worked for JP Morgan Investment Banking
  2. In 1998, Mohammed Dewji returned to Tanzania to join the familiar business group: The METL Group (Mohammed Enterprises Tanzanian Limited), with activities in agriculture, finance, distribution, real estate, mobile telephony, or manufacturing
  3. Today, Mohammed Dewji is the CEO of the METL Group
  4. The METL Group represents 2% of the Tanzanian GDP (5 billion dollars) and more than 24,000 employees
  5. Dewji is the second richest in Tanzania (estimated net worth of 560 million dollars) and the first Tanzanian to appear at Forbes Magazine
  6. Mohammed Dewji also participates in politics. In 2005, he was elected to Member of the Tanzanian Parliament
  7. The MeTL group has created the MeTL Foundation, spending more than 2 million dollars in education, water supply, and health
  8. Mohammed Dewji is Muslim

Mohammed Dewji (African Businessman) belongs to the East African Economic Area.

More information about Tanzania (EENI African Business Portal).

  1. Dar es-Salaam, Mwanza
  2. Arusha, Dodoma

Religions and Business - Islam in Africa.

We Trust in Africa (Affordable Higher Education for Africans)

Islam and Global Business. Islamic Economic Areas

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