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September 5th, 2017
Marcus Ibuka Gédéon Ndjoli

Marcus Ibuka Gédéon Ndjoli

Marcus Ibuka Gédéon Ndjoli, Da Promoter Agency CEO and Founder

Marcus Ibuka Gédéon Ndjoli is the CEO and Founder of Da Promoter Agency.

Ndjoli is a Give1Project Fellow, Social Entrepreneur, Afro-Optimistic, Author and Young African Leader passionate about Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Agriculture, Writings, Art and Culture.

He graduated from Gason Berger University in the field of Communication and got a Bachelor of Information and Technology from Epitech Afrique.

He provides training on Leadership and Entrepreneurship to Young Africans from diverse backgrounds.

His goal is to allow the emergence of a new elite population that will change Africa and the World.

Ndjoli is a young writer and author of an Essay entitled The African Youth has a Voice and two novels The President’s Son and On Michael Jackson Footsteps.

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