Why Forbes Africa has 28-year-old Obinwanne Okeke on its cover

It’s all hard work!

Obinwanne Okeke

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nigerian-born businessman Obinwanne Okeke.

Okeke is the Chairman and CEO of Invictus Group of Companies.

He is featured on the cover of the latest Forbes Africa magazine as one of its “30 under 30” class of 2016.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

Dream, believe in yourself and work on it.

Obinwanne Okeke

I started small without seed capital.

Obinwanne Okeke

I had my first company since I was 14. It was no overnight success.

Obinwanne Okeke

I read a lot. I believe it’s one reason why I’ve achieved success.

Obinwanne Okeke

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