MEET PRINCE ROLAND KENNEDY OKONGBE, SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR & PHILANTROPHIST

MEET PRINCE ROLAND KENNEDY OKONGBE, SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR & PHILANTROPHIST

Prince Roland Kennedy Okongbe aka (Don Tycoon), Nigerian serial entrepreneur and philanthropist based in Johannesburg. Roland was born in Ughelli, Delta State of Nigeria and relocated to South Africa over 10 years ago. He started his business career as Real Estate agent and extended his business empire to Ghana before moving to South Africa. Prince Roland, CEO of KR GROUP OF ESTABLISHMENTS is a well known successful businessman in South Africa and across the globe. He also has interests in entertainments as well as Oil & gas.

According to new data released by Stats SA, poverty is on the rise in South Africa. The latest “Poverty Trends in South Africa” report shows that, despite the general decline in poverty between 2006 and 2011, poverty levels in South Africa rose in 2015. Prince Roland continues to share his wealth with the less privileged in the community because he believes business leaders and social changemakers needs to work together on bringing positive changes to the world.

 

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