How Roland Agambire rose from Grass To Grace.


Roland Agambire is a Ghanaian businessman, CEO of Agams Holdings, Chairman and CEO of the ICT company Rlg Communications.

Early Childhood:

Roland Agambire was born on Friday, the 19th of April 1974 in Sirigu, a village in the Upper East Region of Ghana. As a small boy growing up in a large polygamous family(his father had 10 wives), Roland learnt the tough lessons of life, the hard way through poverty and the profound impulse to survive.
He grew up in poverty and the hard living conditions of the North and was still determined to be what He is today.
It takes a village to bring up a child but it takes a lot more to become what one really want to be. - Roland.


Roland Agambire started school in his hometown, Sirigu. From there He enrolled at Navrongo Secondary School (NAVASCO) for his Secondary Eduction. He was the smallest in the Arts class in NAVASCO. As small as He was, he gave his mates a very tough competition academically. Many admired his brilliance especially in Mathematics, the most unliked subject among students.
After completing NAVASCO, he proceeded to St. John Bosco's Training College, where he earned a Teachers' Certificate. He later earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration at GIMPA, the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.

The Rise of RLG:

Roland started RLG as a mobile phone repair outlet in 2001. It was then called Rogam Links. With time, Rogam Links transformed into an ICT assembly plant and a Technology Institute. It was the first in Ghana and West Africa. This time with a new name, RLG. RLG has since gone global with presence in Nigeria, Rwanda, Kenya Angola, Gambia, Dubai, China and South Africa and still expanding. It has its headquarters in Dubai, UAE.


He has won many local and international awards and recognition for innovation, commitment to growth and entepreneurship. In 2010, Agambire's  RLG received an award for good customer service  by the Customer Service Scheme. He also won the ECOWAS Young Entrepreneur Award that same year.
In 2011, He made history as the youngest person to have won the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG)'s Marketing Man of the year. One of his products, an RLG phone, the Product of the Year 2011.
In 2012 rankings of the Ghana Club 100, Agambire's Rlg was ranked the 2nd best company in Ghana by the Ghana Investment Promotion Center. The company was also adjudged the Fastest Growing company in Ghana., the leader in Ghana's ICT sector and the best entrant to The Club 100  among many awards.

Moral Lessons:

Poverty is only a perception. It is the mind that changes a human being.



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