My mission in life is to impact as many people God wants me to – Ogunti

Boniface Ogunti is a young Nigerian Liberian entrepreneur and business mentor. In this interview is speaks on his passion for mentoring small businesses and other issues.

Can we meet you?

Boniface Ogunti is 26 years old and was born February 18th, 1996. I am a Nigerian Liberian who was born and brought up in America, I went to Park center high school, North Hennepin College in Minnesota.

There aren’t many billionaires like Boniface Ogunti, who are both humble about their origins and committed to inspiring future billionaires. Tell us about what inspires you and generally about yourself?

I am not considered a billionaire in America but I am considered a multi-millionaire. What inspires me is knowing where I came from, to make it out of where I came from you have be very creative. To be successful where I came from you had to be from a rich family or you played sports in America as I was an African raised in America. I had to get around the right people for me to succeed because my environment was set up for me to fail. That is why I am so committed to inspiring people who want to be successful because I know what it feels like.

Over time we have watched your business grow. Can you share your success journey with us? How many employees do you have currently?

I started out in Ecommerce, selling products on social media and I was able to generate over a million dollars in sales by unique advertising skills. When I realized I had a unique advertising skill, I knew I had to capitalize on it, which led me to create my first company called “Current9”.

Current9 business module was to help the everyday workers become their own boss by providing online workshops teaching these unique advertising skills so they can grow their businesses. Current9 became a global movement, I decided I had to give back to my Motherland “Africa” by creating “Ogunti Group” which resonates with where I come from.

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