Last evening, some of the city’s biggest business names gathered at the plush Azure Hotel in Westlands for the much-anticipated for launch of the Forex Trading company, 51 Capital.
Dressed to impress, guests made their way into the dazzling hall, well-lit and beautifully-manicured for the launch that saw top business heads make speeches and mingle with would-be entrepreneurs.
One of the major faces who made a thunderous entrance and gave an equally-smashing speech was Don Bosco Gichana, a man whose name and face has been synonymous with business and millions for years now.
Don Bosco, who has been out for an year now after enduring a nail-biting five-year jail stint in the land of Magufuli, brought his usual panache and pomp to the event as he made speeches and interacted easily with the crowd.
Next to Don Bosco was the 51 Capital CEO Joe Kariuki who made sure that the night was his to own – his company, 51 Capital has just been nominated as the Second Best Forex trader in Africa for the year 2019 and Joe could not hide his joy.
Both business titans spoke of the gains of forex trading and invited the youth to participate in huge numbers.
“This is a business frontier like no other. You can never go wrong with forex trading. It’s a global business that has captured masses and continues to shake the world. Currencies have never been stronger and we hope to move with speed and tap into the benefits. Forex trading is a force that cannot be ignored – and we will not ignore its lucrativeness, ” Mr. Bosco said.
What particularly stood out and impressed many was his $870 Yves Saint Laurent suit that he proudly said he wouldn’t have gotten were it not for the gains from Forex trading.
” Trust me, this French suit don’t come cheap. I don’t come cheap either… It’s time you did some Forex Trading. Learn more about 51 Capital. And pull yourself out of poverty,” he declared.
Guests had a marvelous time as they munched away on some of the priciest snacks and bitings in town, drowned some expensive sparkling champagne and danced to the sleekest wine in town.