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Olawale Ojo
I live to make agriculture funky and cool.
I live to make agriculture funky and cool.

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Meet the 25 finalists of the Pitch AgriHack

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Do you love your career in #agriculture? Use this @farmingfirst #Twibbon & declare #IamAg!

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When considering a new enterprise, researching of all aspects of the proposed enterprise is critical.

The first step in starting a new business or adopting a new enterprise is to choose opportunities that you are passionate about. Choosing an enterprise that you do not enjoy will only lead to lack of interest or failure in the future.

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2030 is not far off from us. As a young person are you prepared to take needed steps to achieve these goals. We all should take sometime to think about this and see areas we can contribute. A little bit of effort will collectively yield good results. . – See more at: | Rural Reporters

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"To get into agricultural entrepreneurship, it’s first of all to have an idea that is yours. Don’t copy exactly what others are doing. Add a personal touch to it and innovate," says Fresnellia Sagbo. #AgribusinessTV

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“When we are a young entrepreneur, we are wrong to think that the first thing we need is finance,” says Lamine BAKAYOKO #AgribusinessTV

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Agropreneur Naija 's guest blogger for April 2015 Zino Eguh a career coach shares with us practical tips on how to carry out market research for your ‪#‎agribusiness‬.

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I found this very insightful.
Africa feeding itself- 6 proposed ways

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Design logo for the #Climate and #Agriculture Information Network for #Africa, get rewarded via@cgiarclimate_ea

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Youth need to take charge and consider agriculture now than ever
Young Farming Champion Story!

"I decided I wouldn’t wait until I would become a lecturer to empower youth towards agricultural development and afterwards I came across YPARD through my friend, Oluwabunmi David Ajilore..."

Today John Oluwafemi, from Nigeria, features with his Success Story, would you like to know how & why he has become an Agriculture Consultant?

Learn more about his experience & comment!
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