AGRIPRENEURS: The Emerging Millionaires

(5 customer reviews)


An easy to read book that starts you on a journey on why you should consider agriculture to some startling statistics that reveal that the major players in this field in Nigeria and Africa at large are the older folks. It poses the questions-Where are the youths?.

The ride progresses by intimating you with the technologies that now exist in Agriculture, which makes it more attractive and should bring the youths in. Rounds it all up with the different opportunities in agribusiness and leaves you convinced that Agripreneurship is really what you should think about and embrace as fast as possible.

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The need for an emergence of Agripreneurs has never been as compelling as it is now.Statistics indicate that 70 percent of Africans are employed in AGRICULTURE, and 20% of the world’s arable land is found in Africa. Surprisingly, the youths make up 70 percent of Africa’s population yet, the age of an average farmer in Africa is 60 years. Sad to say, Africa cannot feed herself!

In about a decade or two from now, Nigeria will be the world’s 3rd largest country. Guess what will be the greatest need then?

This book is about learning how to take hold of the next Big thing in the world of business, especially in the continent of Africa. Introducing the seven key areas of agribusiness development, Adebowale helps you see why Agriculture is the next Gold mine of the world. This he calls the GREENGOLD REVOLUTION!This would be led by Agripreneurs, who know why entrepreneurship should be incorporated into their practice of agriculture.

In this compelling master piece, Adebowale Onafowora will practically take you by the hands to locate the richest Greengold from where you can literally mine and become a Millionaire AGRIPRENEUR, just like him in the shortest possible time.

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Weight 0.2 kg


5 reviews for AGRIPRENEURS: The Emerging Millionaires

  1. Alfie

    What’s up i am kavin, its my first occasion to commenting anyplace,
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  2. Minnie Olp

    You have mentioned very interesting points! ps nice internet site. “We make ourselves a ladder out of our vices if we trample the vices themselves underfoot.” by Saint Augustine.

  3. Rolf Flaa

    It’s hard to find knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks

  4. Daren Salome

    You are my inspiration, I own few blogs and infrequently run out from post :). “Truth springs from argument amongst friends.” by David Hume.

  5. Debo

    Compelling and revealing. Captures the essence of the concept of agripreneurship.

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