Agribusiness nurturing the successor generation by sotonye anga

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Published on June 21, 2013

Author: angasotonye



We have to establish a National, youth friendly, youth focussed Agric policy that will make it easy and sustainable for youths to engage in Agribusiness. Nurturing the successor generation for Agribusiness in Nigeria will require a very diverse, dynamic, supportive and creative approach that will be supported by: (1) Government (2) Family (3) Private sector (4) Stakeholders

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