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CEO of Arielle For Africa to create 113,000 jobs

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Chief Executive Officer of Arielle for Africa Limited, Edith Wangare Njage, has announced that Arielle for Africa will create 113,000 jobs across the continent to reduce unemployment.

She said that her company would create jobs to empower, train, coach, connect, and fund entrepreneurs.

Edith Wangare Njage, who is also a Serial and Social Entrepreneur broke the news on her LinkedIn page after receiving the news on her 25th birthday of a master’s degree award.

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I am proud, I am honored, I am deserving and I believe this is just the beginning. Ph.D. coming soon, but first let me create 113,000 jobs in my continent through Arielle for Africa LTD”, she said.

Edith Wangare was awarded a Master of Science In Finance at the Hult International Business School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the United States of America.

The Young CEO, also a Co-founder of Creative Brain Academy as she said she was proud to be honored with a second master’s degree.

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She said, “I am incredibly proud to announce that I have received my second Master’s Degree from Hult International Business School, on my birthday as I turned 25, the postman arrived with my Masters of Science in Finance and it was the best present ever”.

Edith Wangare Njage noted that the future was bright adding that, “as a black woman, I can say my vision is clear”.

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Background

Edith Wangare Njage is the Co-Founder and CEO of Arielle for Africa Limited.

It aims to change the path to the ‘Boardroom’ through coaching and career development.

She is an Associate Member of the Association of Business Executives and worked with people and companies from 77 countries.

By Agnes Melissa Yovo | Talksafrica.com

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