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9 November 1987
|Awards||Young African Business Leader....; Forbes' 30 Under 30|
Education and Career
Obinwanne studied International Studies & Forensic Criminology at Monash South Africa and holds a masters degree in International Relations and Counter-Terrorism Studies at Monash University, Australia .
In 2013, Obinwanne founded the Invictus Group of Companies Limited, a real estate firm with headquarters in Nigeria and regional offices in South Africa, Zambia and Botswana   . He also has business interests in real Estates, oil & gas, agriculture, construction and renewable energy. The African Brand Congress awarded the Invictus Group of Companies Ltd the Africa’s Most Innovative Investment Company of the Year 2017 Award . Obinwanne also founded the Invictus Foundation initiative, a non-profit that mentors and supports young African entrepreneurs.
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- ""I Became an Entrepreneur Because of a Dream" - Invictus Group Limited CEO - African Entrepreneur Startup Project". www.aesp.biz.
- "Top 100 Young African Entrepreneurs In 2017 - Pleasures Magazine". 14 February 2018.
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