Introducing Mamadou Diallo

Introducing Mamadou Diallo

I was born in Maci (Guniea) and raised in Dakar (Senegal), my name is Mamadou Dioulde Diallo, and I am PAYE’s Cooperation & Partnerships Coordinator. I am a social entrepreneur passionate about leveraging business and politics to achieve large-scale economic development and I enjoy playing soccer, debating, and finding new ways to solve pressing issues. 

  1. What does entrepreneurship mean to you? Can you tell us more about your entrepreneurship journey?

Entrepreneurship is the fact to socially impact the community through an entrepreneurial politic. Meaning that the people always come first and throughout the journey before economic units do.  

  1. What does community mean to you?

Community is inherently a natural ecosystem in which animated and unanimated things interact day and night, so-called shareholders. 

  1. Why did you join PAYE? Where do you see PAYE in the next 10 years? 

I joined PAYE to re-orient the entrepreneurial spirit of young people across Africa. I see PAYE being over the next years the “Spotify of entrepreneurship and disruptive leadership “. 

  1. Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years? 

Regenerating, revolutionizing, emerging, consolidating, and developing African pressing issues. All those five actions will come together to rock the unfertilized systems. Period! 

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