Obinwanne means “Brotherhood love” as described by Obinwanne Okeke during his interview on MetroFM #MadAboutAfrica with Dj Fresh and Somizi

Obinwanne named his company Invictus. A poem Nelson Mandela recited the poem to other prisoners while he was incarcerated at Robben Island prison and was empowered by its message of self-mastery.

Obinwanne Okeke is the founder of Invictus Group and has been extensively involved in sourcing, structuring, implementing and monitoring various private equity investments in African and Australian markets and has over 10 years of investment experience. Prior to founding Invictus Group, he assisted with founding and running other entrepreneurial establishments. He holds a Bachelors and a Master’s degree (MA) in International Relations and Counter-Terrorism (cum laude) from Monash University, Australia and has received several leadership honorary awards from local as well as international organizations.

He has received several leadership honorary awards from local as well as international organizations and has been recognized by Forbes as one of the 30 entrepreneurs under 30 to watch. The leading publication also featured him on its cover for June 2016.

Invictus is into Construction, Energy, Agriculture, Telecoms, Real Estate, Oil, and Gas.

Invictus aim to be a leading African investment company with a diversified focus both in terms of sectors and regions. Never just a financial partner, but always seek opportunities where they can add significant value through a combination of networks, expertise, relationships, and skill. They strive to be adept, fast-moving and flexible in our approach, whilst always maintaining a strong focus on building sustainable partnerships.

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