Kenyans are most likely going to grab an opportunity to be part owners in a global marijuana firm Bangi Inc, if it gets cleared on one of Africa’s biggest stock exchange market, Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE).
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Mathew Knowles, The father of America’s popular musician Beyonce Knowles alongside other American celebrities who are shareholders of Bangi Inc, are considering Kenyan financial market.
The Marijuana company made the announcement on 7th August that it’s board members already made an approval to cross-list on Nairobi Securities Exchange in what could probably make it the 1st Company to be listed at both NSE and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) markets.
The board of directors have already approved the initiative to cross-list on the NSE even though cannabis was banned in Kenya.
Mr Mathew who was assigned the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for Bangi Inc, will take on the responsibility to develop and oversea the launch of the firm’s worldwide marketing campaign, which includes content, branding, press events, advertisement, social media and etc.
Immediately after his appointment, he logged into his social media and shared the good news.
Exciting news! I have signed on as the chief marketing officer of @BangiInc, a company that buys and leases real estate for weed farms and dispensaries.
"We are buying land…We'll lease it back to the growers, the dispensaries, the extraction companies."https://t.co/n1bsboL2mA pic.twitter.com/BAWkUQUT42
— Mathew Knowles (@MathewKnowles) July 21, 2019
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