The African Renaissance has remained a strong aspiration on the continent in the post-colonial era and a subject of academic pursuits since Cheikh Anta Diop documented the yearning across the continent for achieving cultural, scientific and economic renewal. While the argument can be made that there has been some success in realization of the African Renaissance it is undeniable that the process has been slow and more so in achieving economic renewal. Part of the hindrance to a strong economic rejuvenation has been the lack of patient capital to support unconventional business models required for businesses to survive in the unique terrain of regulatory and structural puzzles on the continent.Moribus-Rokh seeks to cure this by providing patient capital to support ventures from concept to maturity while unlocking a variety of sector niches for both innovation and investment.