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Shikongeni Ntinda

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Namibia

Shikongeni is a liberal, young enthusiastic, and firm on principles. An an economist by profession, Mr. Ntinda holds a master’s degree in economic policy management from the University of Zambia and a Bachelor of Technology degree from Namibia University of Science and Technology. His master’s thesis was on investigating the impact of FDI on economic growth, a case study of Namibia. Mr. Ntinda has extensive experience in business fraternity and has worked closely with MSMEs since 2010. He has also worked for Standard Bank Namibia for a period of one year. Mr. Ntinda has an in-depth understanding of business plans formulations, project management, and research in general. He is a part-time consultant, completed a business survey, and developed a local economic development strategy for one of the local authorities in Namibia.

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