Makonda said that his personal life’s story is true testament that hard work and resilience eventually pays off and counseled young people to never settle for less.
The RC was speaking over the weekend during an expo hosted by direct-selling company, QNET, to showcase the company’s products and services at Mlimani City Mall in Dar es Salaam.
“My life story is proof that by working hard and being resilient one can always find the success he or she pursues. Do not settle for anything less than your full potential,” he said.
The expo titled Absolute Living, in line with the company’s principles philosophy, is held every year in different countries around the world with the aim of showcasing its products and services on the ground.
It also serves as a platform for prospective customers and other interested parties to understand the company and its business model. The concept is a reflection of the firm’s efforts to promote a proactive approach to a healthy, well-balanced lifestyle, with a focus on health, wellness, and education.
During an earlier media briefing, QNET Regional General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa Region, Biram Fall stated that the company offers a wide range of high quality products and services to our customers to help them live a well-balanced life, and also address fundamental issues such as education, awareness, and personal development through our training programs, which helps them in their journey become self-employed.
“From online education courses, to holiday packages, to energy products, dietary supplements and watches, we have a comprehensive range to cater to a wide variety of needs. At the core of it all, is our desire to provide avenues for ‘Absolute Living,” he said.
The company also offers low-cost business opportunities to individuals interested in taking it up, irrespective of their education or experience.
“Tanzania is one of our most professional markets at QNET and having this expo in Dar es Salaam is a way for us to give back to our leaders here and come closer to them,” he added.
People thronged the venue during the two-day expo that included products samplings on site, and demonstrations on the use of products and their benefits to customers and end users.
Business and product experts were on hand to answer questions from visitors in order to better understand the company’s activities. The expo follows a series of such successful events in Togo, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Burkina Faso and Cameroon last year.