As the Federal Government of Nigeria continues to harp on the need for all Nigerians to go into farming, the Chief Executive Officer, Farm4Me, Mr. Adama Adama, has floated Farm4Me.com.ng, an Agritech company targeting women and youths across the country. The Agripreneur made this known in a press statement in Abuja, said the outfit is on a mission to put smiles on the faces of smallholder farmers, create jobs for vulnerable women and youths and make a decent profit for working class Nigerians. Speaking on the idea behind Farm4Me.com.ng, Adama, said: “The idea was borne out of an IFAD Value Chain Seminar on e-Commerce and Agribusiness anchored by Adama J. Adama at the CBN Entrepreneurship Development Centre in March 2017. “Farm4Me.com.ng came alive when we secured our first 100 Hectares farmland. We got our first Client who took over the entire 100 Hectares farmland and requested for 400 Hectares more. So we upped our game and secured more partnerships with land owners that gave us access to over 254, 000 hectares of farmland across Nigeria. “Currently, clients have signed up with us with over 2,800 hectares of farmland. There are ongoing deals worth over 50,000 hectares to close. We work with 52,345 registered smallholder farmers and we are creating jobs for 23,563 vulnerable women and youths.
He said: “Farm4Me is the most sought after online farming platform in Nigeria. The secret is simple – we actually farm for our clients and they own the farm 100%. Leadership