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From Morocco, Maitre Gims embarks on business

The Congolese rapper Maître Gims and a Moroccan company (Lamalif) have come together and created a group called Lamalif Africa, with what is said at the moment of noble ambitions, besides business.

In Marrakech, the famous Congolese rapper Maître Gims and the Moroccan group specializing in urban planning Lamalif signed a memorandum of understanding on the creation of the group Lamalif Africa.

The common design of Moulay Lakbir Alaoui Ismaili group president and Maitre Gims (it may be better to call him by his real name, Gandhi Djuna) comes from a common will that will benefit African countries and will enable “an exchange of skills and know-how in the sector of urban planning between African countries allies”.

Maitre Gims believes that Lamalif Africa “will only serve the capital of African human resources”. The latter goes further: “With Lamalif Africa, innovative projects will emerge with the expertise of Lamalif Group and young African skills. It is about setting up modern cities at the forefront of new technology and training young Africans and providing them with jobs in their countries of origin.”

To understand a little better what it is about, other words of the rapper must be highlighted: “We will offer adapted trainings for the trades of urban planning, street lighting and street furniture, which will ensure decent jobs and will prove that African competence can build the Africa of tomorrow”.

The Moroccan businessman said: “Our ambition is to strengthen bilateral relations in terms of investments between Morocco and friendly countries, through actions on the ground, and urban development strategies, perennial and innovative”.

Namely, this recent birth group has already endorsed partnerships with several African countries, including Mali, Chad, Senegal and Ivory Coast.

Last year, several rumors were about the purchase of land in Marrakech, where Maitre Gims has been living for several years with his family. This land would be used to build a hotel. The information had not been confirmed by the principal.

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