Following Nigeria’s recent economic recession, business emphasis has been shifted from the oil sector to other sectors with the aim of diversifying the economy. Evidence of this shift of emphasis is the Government’s increased efforts to make the agricultural sector more productive and competitive through various loans, grants and programs.
Starting a business in Nigeria’s agricultural sector has always been something I’ve been interested in, so I sat down to interview, Uka Eje, a friend of mine who has tried out a number of entrepreneurial ventures in farming. He was kind enough to give me a few tips on how to launch a farming business and I will be sharing those tips with you in this article. Here are four practical steps to help you launch a farming business in Nigeria:
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