Mawingu has raised 1.12 Billion KSH (9M USD) to expand operations to 25 more counties in Kenya
We are proud to announce that we have closed our Series B round, raising a total of 9 million USD, thanks to the collaboration of our new investor InfraCo Africa, and our existing partners E3, and FMO. The funds will support us in our mission to open opportunities through the power of the internet by expanding into 25 more counties in Kenya.
In the words of our CEO, Farouk Ramji, “Mawingu’s aim is not to simply drop an Internet cable at someone’s house. We seek to help our customers access new opportunities for work, education, entertainment,and social connections through the power of the internet. Our company’s mission is driven by this very purpose: Open Opportunities.”
Microsoft CEO on the role ISPs will play in connecting 100 million people to the internet in the African continent
On a recent interview by Bloomberg, Microsoft CEO Brad Smith talks about bringing internet access to 100 million Africans, acknowledged Mawingu as one of the companies dedicated to this objective by connecting business and homes to rural Kenya.
Mawingu Networks’ CEO Farouk Ramji On Delivering Internet Services To Underserved Markets In Kenya
A big thanks to Moses Kemibaro of PURE DIGITAL PASSION podcast for featuring Mawingu CEO Farouk Ramji, his interview prowess was very effective in bringing out the business model that Mawingu is using to serve rural markets.
Mawingu rebrands as it prepares to expand its coverage in Kenya
Internet Service Provider, Mawingu, is on the verge of closing a new investment round in the coming months, as it moves to capture a larger share of the digital market in the country.