Ahmadou Diallo is a long time Bronx resident. He is a successful entrepreneur, community activist, and advocate. Ahmadou has a proven track record of success for almost 20 years advocating and fighting for his community’s improvement. Ahmadou’s goal is to help the people to uplift their living standards through education and civic engagement. Ahmadou seeks to address the interests and priorities of the community as your next city councilman.
Ahmadou understood from an early age that public service is a sacrifice and it is the noblest of callings. Ahmadou understands that a strong work ethic of hard work is the cornerstone to any success in life. With a Degree in Accounting, Ahmadou understands better than anyone else the needs of the community. He has suffered and fought alongside with his people in supporting changes that could bring social and economic improvements to the area.
Ahmadou founded the companies, Ahmadou Multi Services, Kamato Global Corporation, and Neby Global corporation. As a tax consultant firm who had helped many of the NYS residents. Ahmadou served as a board member of Community board 3- 2011-2013. Ahmadou is a former president Of Pottal Fii Bhantal Fouta Djallon (Union for progress and Development) an organization which caters to improvement and integration of the emerging African Communities in North America. Ahmadou is also a Founding president of Fouta Islamic Center (Formerly Masjid Al- Faysal Inc). Ahmadou led this organization from 1998 – 2004.
It was during his leadership when his community purchased the Bronx Chapter of Fouta Islamic Center at 3400 3rd Ave, Bronx NY 10456. Ahmadou would later return at the Helm of Fouta Islamic Center in 2008, to lead the fight against the City of New York which had foreclosed and sold the Community’s house of worship for a tax lien, even though Ahmadou had applied and obtained a 501c3 determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service since 2001. His work experiences in these areas have enabled him to gain a deep and diverse understanding of the needs of the community in order to succeed as a New York State Assembly District leader. These experiences, combined with his ability to adapt to a wide variety of circumstances and to manage many responsibilities while nurturing necessary lines of communication with fellow stakeholders make Ahmadou the people’s choice and voice to move our respective agendas forward. Ahmadou has devoted his entire career to improving the lives of working-class people. He is proudly serving as a board member of the Guinean Community, GUICA; Thé Fouta Covid-19 Burial Funds, and a member of the subcommittee on Funeral Homes. Ahmadou is also proudly serving as the Registered Agent of community’s religious organization, the Fouta Islamic Center.
Ahmadou is married. He and his wife raised their children in the district. Their children attended school in the district.