Ghanaian startup and MEST incubatee, Dropifi, just made it into the 6th batch of the 500 Startups accelerator programme. I believe they are the first African startup to do it, way to go! First Saya made it to Disrupt. Now Dropifi. I plan to visit MEST in June to see what secret sauce they are feeding those people up in there.

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