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Luis Munana makes Forbes Africa 30 under 30

Good news on a good Friday for Namibia and Luis Munana!

This morning Forbes Africa announced the names of the trailblazers who made the cut for the Forbes Africa 30 under 30 and for the first time in history, a Namibian of his calibre made the list. Model and creative personality Luis Munana has been named one of the most brashest entrepreneurs across Africa. The model who has kept the news to himself this morning finally shared a heartfelt message on his social platforms saying
“So proud to announce that I am part of Forbes Africa 30 under 30 class of 2019. At 27 years old, I am the first Namibian male to make the list. Today I join a group of vibrant African leaders who are shaping, impacting and changing the African Narrative,” he said.

Luis has done and is continuing to do a lot for the Namibian creative industry with his various projects and the involvement in initiatives such as hosting the Yo Countdown, taking part in Big Brother Africa, producing Voigush magazine, Windhoek Fashion Week, taking part in modeling gigs across the globe and not forgetting the latest initiative Waka Waka Moo.


According to Forbes Africa, the 2019 class includes people they believe have the potential to one day be on the Forbes Africa cover, meaning they will have a net worth of no less than $200 million, employ thousands of people and help grow the African continent.
Luis Munana says this is merely the beginning.


” To my clan, we have come a long way. Thank you for enduring me. Thank you for encouraging me and thank you for believing in me. My heart is so full.”



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