20 May 2020

Chantelle Abdul, CEO of Mojec International Holdings, sees opportunities where others see problems. When Nigeria's power industry was privatized, she realized that customers would need to accurately track their electricity usage through a home meter. Today, her company controls 70 percent of the Nigerian market for power meters and can produce more than 1 million meters a year. Even with COVID-19 affecting business, she's preparing plans for growth across the continent.

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