His forte being financial advisory, real estate and entertainment.
Mr. Diongoli owns and operates an investment company (The UK Dion Group) committed to improving lives and transforming Africa, through long-term investments in strategic sectors of the African economy including entertainment, hospitality, real estate, finance and technology.
He is a United Kingdom trained Master Degree holder in International Business and Management from the prestigious University of Bradford.
In the early days of his career life, Michael Diongoli worked as a financial and mortgage adviser with some top organizations and multinationals like Lowell Financials, Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays Bank and NatWest Bank all in the U.K.
His palpable positive contributions to the various organizations he worked in earned him statutory relevance and made him a high ranking adviser.
Today he is one of Africa’s leading investors and philanthropist, a highly sort after financial specialist with tangible results.
Michael Diongoli takes pride in his philanthropic prowess; in empowering a new generation of African entrepreneurs, catalysing economic growth, driving poverty eradication and ensuring job creation across different states in the nation.
He has funded multiple Africa centric projects ranging from entertainment to business and even technological advancement projects.
As an African Michael Diongoli is believed to be heavily invested in zero tolerance for racism and nepotism. His business orientation considers the same level of involvement for people across different races, colors and tribes.
Not minding his tribe and origin Mr. Diongoli is a detribalised enigma, with valuable insights in the economic and financial issues across the four geopolitical zones of Nigeria.
On several occasions he has been hinted to be one of the fastest rising influential Africans worthy of emulation.
He is a recipient of various prestigious Indegenous and international awards of recognition, in acknowledgment of his business leadership and economic empowerment of young Africans.