June 13, 2018

-AGRIBUSINESS: Agriculture And Farming In Nigeria: Top 10 Agriculture Opportunities In Nigeria

IITA- (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture Ibadan, Nigeria)

By abdulsalam Olawale
List of 10 Agriculture Opportunities In Nigeria, Farming in Nigeria has taken a dramatic turn to a better direction in recent years, creating jobs and opportunities for entrepreneurs who dare to go into farming business. Millionaires are currently being made every year through farming in Nigeria and there is certainly no end to the prospects of creating more wealth through farming in the coming years.
Agriculture opportunities in Nigeria, There are good reasons why farming in Nigeria is doing very well. Understanding these reasons will help you (no matter where you come from) to think seriously about setting up farm in Nigeria.

June 6, 2018

AGRICULTURE: Potential Industrial Uses For Cassava.

Cassava and garri

The potential industrial uses for cassava and research priorities for developing cassava starch and dried cassava roots as industrial raw materials in six different industries in Nigeria: textile, petroleum drilling, pharmaceutical, soft drink, beer malt and ethanol/alcohol industries. Among these six industry, there are three potential industrial uses for cassava is high: soft drink, beer malt and ethanol/alcohol industries.

May 22, 2018


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Take advantage of this free Agricultural training. Agriculture is the next big thing and it never goes out of fashion. @WPPJR


May 16, 2018



How Farmers Can Earn N10trn From Cassava Processing.


GROWING and producing cassava for local consumption, processing for industry use and meeting the standard of exportation is a huge investment that can transform Nigeria’s economy with its potential to earn over  10 trillion annually and turn individuals to millionaires, even multi billionaires from cassava project

Nigeria is the highest producer of cassava in the world with over 40 million metric tonnes per annul. About 60 per cent of Nigerian farmers are involved in cassava production because it is one of the food security crops.

May 11, 2018



By Dr Christopher G, Okojie
The entire social structure is based on KINSHIP. The smallest social unit being UELEN which consists of a man, his wives, children, junior brothers, his yet unmarried sisters and any other such persons as his mother and servants. When the junior brothers grow up and get married, they build their own houses round their senior brother's which was their father's house before his death. This man is the king post of the whole structure and I name him outright for easy reference: he is the OMINJIOGBE (AKHEOA in Esan 'B'). As the brothers' own families start to multiply it is easy to see this man's position as head of the family increasing in importance. He speaks for his unit and takes charge of the Ancestral Shrine.

May 9, 2018


River Niger
 “For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepared for it today.” Esan  proverbs

By @WPP Jr

God create music for the upliftment of human spirit. Music is the food of the soul because it has the power to connect us to our spirit being. It arouses our attention and leads us into dancing mould until we’re transfigure, driving by terrestrial angelic forces, we’re lifted, transformed and elevated beyond the physical because our minds is lost in merriment. In that very moment, we are separated from the pangs of life. Music is what good medicine is to body of mortals that needs healing; it relieves our spirit from living weights. Likewise is one’s latter glorious day if we plan well and work the plans.


Meaning, to keep your focus on tomorrow concerning that thing you’re doing today in that not to suffer at old age.

One’s later days in life. Likewise planning for old age

So Esanland, friends, plan well so that your days might end well gloriously