Businessman creates new platform for agribusiness
To boost sales and scope of agric business in Nigeria, a Lagos-based businessman, Folorunso Muyiwa, has created a new platform aimed at refocusing livestock farming.
The initiative, called “PorkMoney”, considers the health benefits of pork and the financial benefits related to its sales as a lucrative source that will in the long term contribute immensely to the growth of agriculture in Nigeria, as well as, creating jobs in the process.
The PorkMoney initiative will be launched on the June 4, 2018.
Muyiwa, said it is an agribusiness subscription plan where partners can yield profits with a commitment sum of just N250, 000.
According to him, PorkMoney, with its partners, led by Ghanaian actor and businessman John Dumelo, said to be Africa’s largest pig farm have proposed a collaborative plan to grow the agricultural sector through pig farming in Nigeria.
He stressed that over the years, Nigeria’s dependence on crude oil has led to a massive decline in agriculture, and the negative impact of this decline has been evident in food production, food importation, and an overall economic food crises.