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Tanzanian tycoon Reginald Mengi dies in Dubai

Tanzanian tycoon Reginald Mengi has passed away in Dubai atthe age of 75 years.

Reginald Mengi was a business mogul, author, and philanthropist who owned two media outlets namely ITV and Radio One.

Born in 1944, the Tanzanian tycoon was the chairman of theMedia Owners Association of Tanzania and the chairman of the Confederation ofTanzania Industries.

Reginald Mengi investments

The late Mengi was the owner of ITV, East Africa TV, RadioOne, East Africa Radio, Capital TV and Capital One.

Other than that, he was the owner of Guardian Limited, a publishing company that published Nipashe and Alaska magazines.

Also read: Mwanafa of Tanzania meets Jose Mourinho

He has left behind one wife, Jacqueline, 39-years-old who was the former Miss Tanzania

Tanzanian tycoon Reginald Mengi dies in Dubai
Berryl Achieng
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