Moracle Foundation was set up as a vehicle to invest some of its resources back into a charitable venture that enriches the communities in which it operates providing accountancy training.
Morlai Kargbo, FCCA the Managing Director of Moracle, has co-founded Moracle Africa alongside Miriam Obo-Anderson, ACCA who has recently joined the organisation and has set up Moracle Ghana as the flagship project of the wider Moracle Africa strategy.
Miriam is highly ambitious and is very much looking forward to developing the Moracle brand in Ghana and for her experience to be used as a template for the wider Moracle Africa programme.
Morlai Kargbo, the Managing Director of Moracle, has co-founded Moracle Africa alongside Miriam Obo-Anderson, who has recently joined the organisation and has set up Moracle Ghana as the flagship project of the wider Moracle Africa strategy.
The African continent is currently home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies and is home to the world’s largest free trade area and a 1.2 billion-person market. The continent is creating an entirely new development path, harnessing the potential of its resources and people.
Moracle Africa is determined to play a role in this economic development and passionately believes in the vast opportunities that such a venture may provide, both for Moracle itself as an organisation, as well as the individuals and businesses that will represent and work alongside Moracle across the African continent.
Our goal and vision is to introduce Moracle to every country on the African continent.
Miriam Obo-Anderson – Moracle Africa CEO
Miriam is a qualified accountant and member of ACCA. She qualified in 2016 and gained full membership in May 2017. Miriam has over 15 years’ experience in the Accounting industry in Ghana and was also awarded a degree in Agriculture in May 2001 by the University of Ghana.
Miriam has worked in various roles in the private sector; as an Accounts Officer, Finance and Admin Manager, as well as a Senior Accountant. She has worked as a Freelancer and Resource Person for the Sekondi-Takoradi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Local Economy Development (STCCI-LED) programme. In the programme she led sessions on bookkeeping and business accounting records for local business owners in the local area.
As Accounts Officer, Miriam developed her responsibilities to become the Head of Accounts, after successfully implementing an accounting package.
As Finance and Admin Manager for the Africa Regional Office of a multinational company, she successfully implemented the organisation’s finance policies and procedures.
In her role as Senior Accountant, Miriam streamlined and developed the Finance Department and improved upon its functionality.
Since joining Moracle in November 2019, Miriam has increased her experience of cloud-based bookkeeping and management accounting packages, as well as accounts preparation.
Therefore, Miriam has a vast degree of demonstrable work experience in different sectors and positions, which have all helped to develop and build upn her considerable skillset.
Morlai and Miriam co-founded Moracle Africa, with Moracle Ghana acting as our flagship project of the overall Moracle Africa strategy. Moracle hopes to replicate this pilot project across the African continent, making digital bookkeeping accessible to businesses in every African country.
Miriam hopes to develop and build upon the work that Moracle currently conducts in the UK and introduce the organisation’s services to the African economy.
We look forward to this exciting new venture together.