Uhuru Investment Partners plan a closing at the end of 2022 

Uhuru Investment Partners plan a closing at the end of 2022 

The directors, Nana Adow Dankwa, Yemi Osindero and Jean-Michel Kamanan, continue their discussions with international investors.

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            ▪ Uhuru Investment Partners plan a closing at the end of 2022 

▪ The directors, Nana Adow Dankwa, Yemi Osindero and Jean-Michel Kamanan, continue their discussions with international investors.

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Their target is between $200 million and $250 million if one considers the hard cap set by the managers of Uhuru Investment Partners. This target is a realistic objective for the company, which managed to close the first round of financing from Uhuru Growth Fund I in March 2021 with a milestone of $113 million.

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