Sangu Delle is a Ghanaian investor, entrepreneur, activist, and author. He has received several international accolades including being named Africa’s “Young Person of the Year”, a TEDGlobal Fellow, one of Forbes’ top 30 most promising entrepreneurs in Africa.
Sangu serves as CEO of Africa Health Holdings, an innovative company focused on building Africa’s healthcare future.
In November, African Health Holdings raised $18 million to expand its telemedicine service beyond Ghana to Nigeria and Kenya, and scale its network of health facilities.
He is also the Chairman of Golden Palm Investments (“GPI”); an investment holding and advisory company focused on building world class technology companies in Africa.
Via GPI, Sangu has been an early investor in several African tech startups including Andela and Flutterwave, two of only three West African companies valued at one billion U.S. dollars.
In this interview, Sangu and I discuss:
- His journey from Ghana to the U.S. and back to Ghana.
- Why he pivoted from investing in agriculture to focus exclusively on technology
- What inspired his passion for building Africa’s healthcare future.
- The importance of Africans and the Black diaspora collaborating on economic and social issues.
- Advice for those interested in investing in startups based on the continent.
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