Our Founder, Abu & McConkie Investments Limited

Upon his return to Ghana, Stephen attended Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi where he studied Land Economy for two years after which he transferred to Utah State University, Logan Utah, USA. Stephen graduated in 2004 with a business marketing degree.

Stephen Apeaning Abu Jr.

Founder, Abu &McConkie Investments Limited

Stephen Abu has had many years of coordinating, representing and partnering numerous foreign sponsored activities and business establishments in Ghana. Hehas led the founding of numerous non-profits in Ghana, including: World Joy Inc., Kaeme Foundation, and My Brothers My Sisters.

Stephen served as Vice President for International Operations for Agricon Global which was based in Orem, Utah. He has founded numerous businesses including: Ghana Journeys Limited, Alma Mining Limited, Tonistevens Company Limited,Ghana-Art Publications Limited and African Heavy Machinery Services Limited.

In 2005 Mr. Abu co-founded World Joy Inc. based in Bountiful,Utah and in Ghana, to undertake massive, sustainable humanitarian intervention in multiple villages in Ghana. The organization has invested over a million dollars in humanitarian aid in these villages.

Stephen Abu has been very instrumental in identifying and working with various professionals in all sectors across West Africa. Mentors International, dOTTERAInc., and African Business Portal area few of the companies Stephen has assisted in finding the right people and programs to work with. In June 2015, Stephen led a team of Ivorian officials on a business and investment mission to Salt Lake City, Utah. This expedition offered the team an opportunity to meet the Salt Lake City Mayor and many other investors, opening a channel of friendship and establishing a relationship of trust with the government and people of Ivory Coast.

Meet Our Founder

Stephen Apeaning Abu Jr.

Founder, Abu &McConkie Investments Limited

A highly motivated professional in the process of establishing businesses, and creating opportunities and worth for the youth of Ghana and the West African Sub-Region. Stephen was born and raised in Ghana until, in 1996,he went to Nigeria to serve a Church voluntary mission for two years.