United Kingdom-based Nigerian businessman and tech entrepreneur, Dozy Mmobuosi, has dismissed reports that he has withdrawn his bid to acquire English Club, Sheffield United.
Nigerian businessman, Dozy Mmobuosi, can still buy Sheffield United if he comes with the right terms, but the deal must be done before the 2023/24 pre-season begins, says Sheffield United’s Saudi Arabian owner, Prince Abdullah.
Dozy Mmobuosi’s takeover attempt of Sheffield United is on the brink of collapse, according to reports. The Mail say the Nigerian businessman’s relationship with the club current owner, Prince Abdullah, has broken down to such an extent that the ownership deal for the Championship side is in major jeopardy.
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Dozy Mmobuosi is still adamant that he can complete his takeover of Sheffield United despite concerning reports about the businessman.
Construction works have begun at the site of Tingo Foods Processing Factory, in Onicha-Ugbo, Aniocha North Local Council of Delta State, where the groundbreaking ceremony recently held.
Tingo, Inc, OTC Markets (TMNA). Dozy Mmobuosi, renowned technology entrepreneur and philanthropist, has today unveiled the new Dozy Mmobuosi Leadership Centre (DMLC), housed in Oxford, United Kingdom, that will welcome its first cohort of African leaders in February 2023, with the aim of developing their skills to help them transform their private and public sector services. The cohort will experience a world-class month-long in-person programme.
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Renowned tech entrepreneur, Dozy Mmobuosi, has changed how Africans in the farming sector access mobile technology, digital financial....
Dozy Mmobuosi dangles N100m star prize at the winner of maiden edition of Super Cup Football Competition
24 Nov 2022
The Nigerian Football League received a big boost with the announcement of the Dozy Mmobuosi Super Cup Football Competition. This unique competition which has the approval and backing of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) will take place before the commencement of the regular professional football league season. The tournament which will be an annual…
14 Jan 2021
Group Chief Executive Officer, Tingo International Holdings, Dozy Mmobuosi, has said projected benefits of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), could be hampered unless African leaders...
9 Dec 2020
A telecommunication and agritech services provider, Tingo International, which hitherto produced Tingo-branded phones in the country, yesterday, disclosed that it has relocated to China after shutting down its manufacturing plants in Nigeria.
20 Sep 2020
Technology giant, Tingo, yesterday, canvassed the deployment of sophisticated technologies to leapfrog the growth of nation’s agricultural sector as investment agriculture-related technology hits $6.7 billion