We’ve for a while now been hosting a new podcast series: The Building the Future Podcast with Dotun Olowoporoku.
We have entrepreneurs, industry leaders, founders of startups who are writing the narrative that will be told about the African continent, telling their stories directly.
Ngozi Dozie, co-founder at One Finance (OneFi), a platform that provides access to finance by leveraging data and technology, is a guest on this episode.
Dozie has a 1st class degree in Physics from Imperial College London, an MSc in Computation from Oxford University, and an MBA from Wharton.
Dozie is a serial entrepreneur, with footprints in Cafe Neo, Mr. Biggs, and a company that processes and export coffee from Rwanda.
In this episode, Dozie discusses why he thinks running many different ventures may not be the wisest decision for anyone to make; why he left Wall Street and quit his job working in investment banking to start up in Africa; how his parents built Diamond Bank; and the future of lending and credit in Nigeria.
Listen to the podcast below: