Fred Fabian Ngajiro

  • Fred Fabian Ngajiro
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Fred Fabian Ngajiro also known as Fred Vunjabei is a Tanzanian businessman and entrepreneur born 16th of June 1987. He is the CEO and Founder of Vunjabei (T) Group Limited also known as Vunjabei Fashion Store. He is also the founder and President of Too Much Money Company Limited and Vunjabei Hotels. He is a well-known in the mainland of Tanzania.

With a humble beginning as a young entrepreneur, he created the business empire within a span of time. At the age of 21, he moved to South Africa and started a small business of selling used blackberry mobile phones by transporting them to Tanzania and Zanzibar.

Later on after he collected few cash in hands he decided to change the business from selling used mobile phones to selling cars. The business started to grow and he was able to own few busses and car yards. He later on went to china and took his time learning few things about business, while he was in China he realizes there is huge opportunity in the fashion industry especial in Tanzania. So he started investing in the Fashion business.

In  early 2016, he came back to Tanzania and founded Vunjabei (T) Group Limited and open more than nine (9) Fashion clothing store across Tanzania. He is now the most inspiring young entrepreneur in Tanzania with over 100 employees in his company.

Vunjabei (T) Group Limited is a conglomerate of various companies and is the largest milling company with operations in all regions in Tanzania.

In 2020 Fred was nominated in Tanzania Consumer Choice Awards as the ``Most Preferred Upcoming Male Business Icon of the Year 2020`` under the category of Corporate/Business Professionals and in 2019 he was nominated at Tanzania Digital Awards ( TDA) as ``Best Male Entrepreneur On The Digital`` .


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