East Africa’s most successful and richest artist Diamond Platinumz is not only making it big in the music industry but also he’s curving a niche for himself in the business world, if his latest move is anything to go by.
Kenya Daily reports that the Wasafi CEO has joined the lucrative transport business by investing in Intercity Bus Services in Tanzania. A shrewd business man with a successful media house seems to be a man on mission who plans to use his money to get more of it, and his venturing into transport industry confirms it.
Diamond’s mum Mama Dangote broke the news when she took to social media to show off her son’s new venture in the transport business by sharing photos of coaches branded platinumz, his son’s name, with the colour orange dominating both the exterior and interior of the buses.
She didn’t stop at that, Mama Dangote went ahead and shared more important information about the coaches, routes they will be plying, towns where they will operate and their contact addresses to her excited fans. She urged her fellow Tanzanians to travel with Platinumz coaches while assuring them of quality services and comfort.
Mama Dangote has always been her son’s number one fan, she has always stood with her son throughout his career.
The highly rated Bongo musician has invested in the media industry, real estate, and now he looks set to battle it out with other industry players in the Transport business.
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