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Mo Ibrahim, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist

Mo Ibrahim is an African telecommunications entrepreneur and philanthropist. This week on The Interview Mo tells Carrie Gracie how the mobile phone has transformed the continent.

Mo Ibrahim is the African telecommunications entrepreneur and philanthropist who established the world's richest prize, for good governance in Africa.

This week on The Interview Mo tells Carrie Gracie how the mobile phone has transformed the continent and why big internet companies like Microsoft and Google are being short-sighted about investment in Africa.

He also tells Carrie that lentils, for him, still taste better than caviar.

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26 minutes

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BBC World Service Archive

This programme was restored as part of the World Service archive project