For the new generation of farmers, it's 'business unusual'
Abisola Adedigba, 25, recently found one of her old kindergarten books, in which readers had to match names of professions to the correct illustration.
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Five exciting reasons why you should start a business in Africa’s agribusiness industry… now!
When most people think of agriculture in Africa, images of poor and overworked farmers with crude tools on a rural farm readily come to mind. Many, especially young Africans, still think that agribusiness is a poor man’s occupation. Nowadays everybody wants a white-collar office job in the city. Agribusiness is hardly on anyone’s mind.