Julius Mwale, the visionary founder of Mwale Medical and Technology City (MMTC) in Kenya, is ready to extend his vision of cutting-edge healthcare facilities to Ghana as part of an ambitious African development strategy.
The initiative intends to increase regional medical tourism by making healthcare more accessible. This news came as a result of a meeting between Mwale and Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.
Mwale, whose corporate empire spans numerous industries, has confirmed a multimillion-dollar agreement to build a cutting-edge medical city in Ghana. This move follows similar agreements in Botswana, Congo, and Sierra Leone.
The Kenyan tycoon, recognized for his devotion to changing lives, says, “We discussed expanding MMTC to Ghana with President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana.”
This ground-breaking step in healthcare infrastructure is just another highlight in Mwale’s outstanding career and demonstrates his dedication to enhancing the quality of life for people all around Africa.
Mwale’s success is a testimonial to his business abilities. He is the major investor of MMTC, a $2 billion community-owned sustainable metropolis in Butere Sub-County, Kakamega, Kenya, featuring a significant medical and technological complex. MMTC is prepared to benefit from his visionary ideas as he expands them across Africa.
MMTC has already extended into 12 African countries, using an integrated smart city development concept. The company’s lofty ambition is to construct 18 smart cities and empower 800 million people throughout the continent by 2050.
Mwale began amassing riches by founding SBA Technologies Inc., a New York-based firm specializing in secure systems for mobile commerce and mobile banking.