Responsible and profitable investments in Africa

Mohamadou Daouda

Mohamadou Daouda
Mohamadou Daouda
Treasurer of WiP In charge of agriculture and real estate projects

Trainee Lawyer, Rahman & Co Solicitors

Member of Woyla Invest Partners since 2008. Specialist of Public Law and Human Rights law, Mohamadou Daouda has more than 10 years of professional experience in the field of Human Rights.
With a Degree in Politics and Public Administration and a Masters Degree in International Relations (LondonMet), he spent six years in a London based NGO advising minors on their rights.
He later went back to the College of Law, UK leading law school where he obtained the Legal Practice Course (LPC) which is the professional qualification required in order to be admitted to the Bar in England.
Since 2011 Mohamadou has joined Rahman&Co Solicitors, a London based Law firm specialized in Family, Immigration and Human Rights laws. He fluently speaks French, English and Chinese (Mandarin).
Mohamadou Daouda possesses a good grasp of the administrative, political and legal systems within the Anglo Saxon countries.
He is the Treasurer of Woyla Invest Partners and deals with agricultural matters and real estate projects.

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Advantages

The growth of the population of Africa along with the emergence of middle-income class will result into an increased demand of agro-food products and housing.

Assets and activities

• A palm farm located in Logbadjeck, 40 km away from Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon and the main industrial and commercial port of the country and Central Africa region. The area of location of this palm farm offers extension possibilities up to 30,000 hectares and beyond within the Ocean territorial division, located between the port of Douala and the port of Kribi (the second port of the country);

Woyla Invest Partners (WiP) in brief

WiP is an investment company established in 2008 by a group of 12 (Twelve) African partners based in Europe (France, England and Belgium) and in other countries (Saudi Arabia, Cameroon and Central African Republic) in order to promote profitable and sustainable investments with social impact.