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Mohammed Ibrahim
Sudanese-born Mo Ibrahim made his money on Celtel, one of the first mobile phone companies to serve Africa and the Middle East. He sold it in 2005 for $3.4 billion and pocketed $1.4 billion. He's now trying to fight corrupt leadership in the region through the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, which gives a lifetime award of $5 million over 10 years to retired African heads of state who have left their countries materially better off and more transparent. The foundation publishes the Ibrahim Index of African Governance, ranking governments by their ability to ensure sustained economic opportunity and the rule of law

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