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The renowned billionaire Mohammed “Mo” Gulamabbas Dewji (born 8 May 1975) is a Tanzanian businessman and former politician. Who had been found missing on October 11 in Dar es Salaam in accordance to report shows that he was abducted by a group of gunmen? He has been found sound and safe.
Missing of Mohammed “Mo” Gulamabbas Dewji spread like wide fires around the globe, as a result, it brings about shockwaves from his families and from friend and lovers across the globe. It was really a tragical moment as his absence led to excruciating pain on the mind of his families and colleague but is also heart-warming to say that he had been found by the police who was vigorous to play their role in being observers.
According to Tanzania Inspector General of Police Simon Sirro earlier on Friday morning said the police had identified a foreign registered vehicle that was used in the abduction.
According to the investigation of the Tanzanian police, they manage to get some little information that will help them in the prosecution of the group of kidnappers they were able to figure the identify the kidnapper’s car, thanks to surveillance cameras, showing a photo of a dark blue vehicle off-road. The investigation is still on in order to reach the accurate conclusion of the case at hand,
Mohammed “Mo” Gulamabbas Dewji who is recognized as a hard-working businessman across the globe this prove to be so leading to the time he was awarded the CEO of the Year at the Africa CEO Forum in Geneva, Switzerland. Dewji is Tanzania’s only billionaire and Chief Executive Officer of MeTL (Mohammed Enterprises Tanzania Limited), a Tanzanian conglomerate founded by his father in the 1970s.
Dewji received the award at a gala dinner on the first day of the 5th Africa CEO Forum, which opened on Monday in Geneva. The Forum was organized by Groupe Jeune Afrique, publisher of The Africa Report, in partnership with the African Development Bank (AfDB). Over 1,100 participants from 42 countries, including 40 ministers and two heads of state, are participating in this year’s conference, scheduled for March 20-21 in Geneva.
A 2015 Forbes ‘Africa’s Person of the Year,’ Dewji has been leading MeTL since the early 2000s. The company is the largest privately-owned businesses in Tanzania, contributing 3.5% of the country’s GDP. Between 1999 and 2014, he successfully increased Mitel’s revenues from $30 million to over $1.3 billion. MeTL operates in 11 countries, employing over 28,000 people. The group aims to increase that number to about 100,000 employees by 2021. As of March 21, 2017, Dewji has a net worth of $1.4 billion, according to Forbes.
It brought relief and happiness to many faces to have Dewji back safe and sound.