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“At this point we — and I mean my generation — cannot help but commit to raising the bar so we can in turn hand over to our children an Africa with conditions that will energize and inspire them to dream bigger; not only to match up to the world, but to live to fulfil their full potential.”
Mike Nyinaku
“But admittedly, though equity building is a time taking process it’s not an IMPOSSIBLE venture”
Mike Nyinaku
“Until we are able to contribute meaningfully and significantly to the economic development process currently taking place on the continent, we will not realize equitable benefits from the fruits that lie on our continent”
Mike Nyinaku
“What Ghana needs today, among other things, are revolutionary entrepreneurs and crazy leaders. Crazy leaders, who without fear, are willing to take those bold decisions that could make them unpopular knowing that they have taken a decision in the interest of our country. Revolutionary entrepreneurs, who will dare to raise the bar and start doing crazy things”
Mike Nyinaku
“Our credentials are modest for now but not our aspirations…they are ambitious. We are and would continue to invest more in our people, systems and procedures as well as other initiatives that would support our quest to becoming a successful financial institution in our time and beyond.”
Mike Nyinaku
“Presumably as good business leaders, I entreat us all to start building what I call AFRI-QUITY now – I mean let’s build our own equity so the generation after us would have a more valuable stake in the opportunities of our land”
Mike Nyinaku
“Development is intentional, yes it is and it starts with you”
Mike Nyinaku
“I dare say therefore that, the feats of our senior leaders and entrepreneurs have laid the foundation that would enable us change the landscape of our continent in our time. At this point, myself and my generation cannot help but promise to raise the bar, so we can in turn hand over to our children an Africa with conditions that would energize and inspire them to dream bigger and not only match up to the world, but live to fulfill their full potential.”
Mike Nyinaku
“Africa needs selfish reforms that disregard what everyone else thinks in order to gain control over its resources and wealth.”
Mike Nyinaku
“We need leaders who have guts; who have a strong appetite for risk-taking, and demonstrate a no-holds-barred attitude to stemming corruption.”
Mike Nyinaku
“This is the generation of entrepreneurship and self-help. These days, the world has nothing to offer you but rather looks out for what you have to offer it.”
Mike Nyinaku
“What you gain as you graduate from school is knowledge. It’s powerful but limited. Unless combined with practicable application of your knowledge, it cannot turn into skill.”
Mike Nyinaku
“You have to resist the temptation to switch jobs at the least opportunity. It does not give a good account of yourself; to your would-be employer”
Mike Nyinaku
“Remember that the stories of greatness are not only limited to the ones who succeeded ultimately, but also credited to the ones who pioneered but failed; for without them, the latter men would not have even dared to scratch the surface”
Mike Nyinaku
In the next two decades, the new African must be a significant owner and beneficiary of the continent’s wealth. We should develop and support our local businesses to expand their capacity to compete in the global economy”
Mike Nyinaku
“Africa must not just be considered as a destination for good business for some others but must hold a significant and indispensable stake in its wealth and the management of its affairs – we must narrow the gap by owning our wealth because if we don’t these global giants would consume and further widen the gap between us and the developed world”
Mike Nyinaku
“Posterity would not forgive us if we do not feature prominently on the global business stage in the next 20 years.”
Mike Nyinaku
“It is ironic that African countries are unable to trade among themselves. If we cannot conveniently engage in trade across borders, we shouldn’t expect to increase trade volumes with the rest of the world. And if we would like to see trade as a necessary vehicle to drive us into economic prosperity, we must first advocate for the breakdown of trade barriers and encourage intra-Africa trade”
Mike Nyinaku
“I’m a firm believer in the concept, ‘small is cute’ but hey, in today’s world, cute is no longer secure enough…big is the way to go.”
Mike Nyinaku
“This world has opportunity for all of you, but how you can harness the opportunity depends on how you manage yourself..”
Mike Nyinaku
“We must look at sharing the responsibility more broadly – it should not just be up to employers, but potential employees, institutions, parents and guardians are to understand the job market and take deliberate steps to add value to potential employees..”
Mike Nyinaku
“Today it is my responsibility to handover to the next generation, a foundation fit for them to compete on the world stage of entrepreneurs.”
Mike Nyinaku
“In exercising your approval authority. The ability and the capacity to access the reasonability of the intended activity and decide effectively ; before you approve – is the real approval work. Apply discretionary wisdom.”
Mike Nyinaku

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