“I would like to express my gratitude to his
“As I begin my work, I would like to commit that I will not take any salary, allowance or financial benefit from the university. Instead, this will go to Chancellor’s Donation account and it will be utilized by the University to support the needy students for their fees,” reads his LinkedIn Bio.
Raval also noted that none of his business empires that includes; Devki Steel Mills Limited, National Cement Company Limited (Simba Cement) or Maisha Mabati Mills Ltd among other businesses will transact or supply goods to the institution unless it is for free.
In 2015, Forbes ranked Narendra Raval among the richest people in Africa with a net worth of 41.2 Billion. The billionaire promised that half of his net worth will go to support initiatives on Education, Health and social programmes to benefit the poor.