9 Great Investment Opportunities For Nigerian Agropreneurs

There are varied opportunities and potentialities to be accessed in agriculture, however, it’s recommended to choose an agribusiness idea or venture to invest in which is an intersection of your natural personality and growing market demand. Also, there are capitals out there ready to back investments in the right agribusiness idea. For instance, the Nigerian Federal Government plans to inject $3.2 billion to the … Continue reading 9 Great Investment Opportunities For Nigerian Agropreneurs

How To Turn The Irony Of Farmers Into Success: A Nigerian Farmers’ Perspective

The agricultural sector is a profitable sector of the economy, but ironically, the farmers are not the ones reaping the profits. Traders, companies and other large interest groups are earning a profit while the farmers are bearing the losses continuously. This sums up the irony of agriculture in Nigeria today. In a study collectively collected … Continue reading How To Turn The Irony Of Farmers Into Success: A Nigerian Farmers’ Perspective

Nigeria: Agriculture As An International Business

There is a reality that we all need to understand and act on; “No Farmer, No Food, No Future”. In the 1960s, Nigeria was one of the most promising agricultural producers in the world, and export crops were the country’s main foreign exchange earner. Nigeria was number one globally in palm oil exports, well ahead … Continue reading Nigeria: Agriculture As An International Business

Nigeria: Trade Agreements and Implication for Its Agricultural Sector

In November 2016, ministers of industry, trade, and investment from across Africa met for the second rounds of trade negotiations in Kenya to design the structural framework that will drive a proposed Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA). This proposed framework, the CFTA, is expected to deepen Africa trade internally, as well as fast-track efforts at … Continue reading Nigeria: Trade Agreements and Implication for Its Agricultural Sector