The Afropolitan Network State, Leapfrogging Technology and Nurturing a Builders' Culture To Create Superabundance for Africans
Podcast Ep. 34 with Eche Emole
Eche Emole is the co-founder of Afropolitan, a digital nation aimed at empowering Africans to lead abundant lives. With a background as a lawyer, technology executive, and community organizer, Eche has extensive experience in his field.
He has successfully organized events for over 200,000 diaspora Africans, including the 2019 Year of Return in Ghana, which generated $1.9 billion in economic activity.
Eche's vision for Afropolitan was further solidified after reading "The Network State" by Balaji Srinivasan, which inspired him to create a "cloud nation."
Recognizing the problem of poor governance affecting the African people, Eche saw an opportunity to create a solution through Afropolitan, now recognized by the New York Stock Exchange.
This is just the start for Eche, who has big plans for the future of Afropolitan, including gaining diplomatic recognition and establishing embassies, known as "Afrotowns," worldwide. The ultimate goal is to make Wakanda a reality.