By Sunday Ani

Nigerian businessman, philanthropist, and mindset coach, Mr. Joseph Nantomah, popularly known as Black Mentor, yesterday, announced the formal integration of a billionaire businessman, Adam E. Coffey, and JT fox, into the executive board of BABUSA.

Mr. Nantomah, who owns more than a dozen businesses in the United States, in April 2022, incorporated and added, ‘BABUSA,’ which stands for, “Buy A Business in the United States of America,” to his long list of businesses across the world.

Nantomah said the brand, BABUSA, was launched to provide prospective and aspiring business owners with an affordable and accessible process of buying and owning an already setup business in the United States, in lieu of undergoing the stress and hassles of starting one, as the buyer also inherits the company’s goodwill, experience, contacts and existing customers, and profit yielding system of operations.

Foxx, who is the number one wealth coach in the world and nine figures entrepreneur, with a record of doing business in over 54 countries in the world, was announced as one of the board chairmen of BABUSA.

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Another notable board chairman of the company as equally disclosed by The Black Mentor is Coffey, who is the founding partner and CEO, Advisory Guru, LLC. Dallas/Fort Worth Area. He is also a best-selling author, Forbes Business Council member, and acclaimed guest speaker.

According to Nantomah, the two business experts and transformational growth propellers had expressed their readiness to work with the company.

Describing their decision as the best for the company, he said their incorporation as official board members of BABUSA would assure the general public of the company’s rapid expansion and the best professional and global service delivery.

He further stated that the emergence of BABUSA had brought an end to the unrealistic dream and struggles often faced by young entrepreneurs and business starters in owning a company in the United States, by offering clients safe business opportunities and practices, further protecting them from encountering associated risks, incurring huge cost implications and failures.