by Marvin Dumont
Apollo Foundation is making significant inroads in Africa, establishing relationships with key organizations and potential stakeholders. The foundation recently received an endorsement from Anthony Mokhele, chief executive officer of ADF Group:
… we have identified Apollo Currency Africa as the only and obvious choice with regard to crypto currency and its application in an African perspective, to form a partnership and integrate into our involvement in the African continent.
African Development Funding (ADF) Group is an influential organization, and it has offices in Johannesburg, South Africa as well as Hong Kong, China. Africa has a population of 1.2 billion.
ADF works with more than 53 nations at the presidential and/or ministerial level to provide funding and sustainable development on a range of commercial and non-profit ventures.
Per Mr. Mokhele’s endorsement letter:
Because of Apollo’s independent blockchain and endless features we are endorsing its use and adoption to any of the fifty four (54) African countries we have relationships with.
ADF’s primary industries are mining and agriculture. But it’s also involved in wealth management, infrastructure projects, and private equity and debt investments.
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