The coffee economy in Nigeria is largely a virgin: in 2018, Nigeria produced 42,000 60kg bags of coffee, while Ethiopia, Africa’s coffee-producing hub, filled a whopping 7.6m bags according to the International Coffee Organization (ICO) an organisation that administers the international coffee agreement. There are about 22 coffee-growing states across Nigeria which most are in…

Co-founder billionaire and former Chief Executive of the Alibaba Group, Jack Ma lands in Abuja to attend the Nigeria Digital Economy Summit (NDES). Panel discussion with Jack Ma#NDES2019#NigeriaDigitalEconomySummit pic.twitter.com/PyTYWk5LKE — #NDES – Nigeria Digital Economy Summit (@ndesummit) November 14, 2019 The company also confirmed the presence of the well celebrated tech business man: Founder of…

The one thing every serious undergraduate looks forward to is the end of their stay in school when they are finally rewarded with a certificate (or a statement of result in schools that are resistant to development). However, they will soon realise that as a typical university graduate in Nigeria, the pursuit of certificates is…

Still valid, 48+ Businesses you can start now now in Nigeria Raw Food Stuff Business This is one profitable business that can bring in good returns on investment in Nigeria. Nigerians are people who love to eat more homemade foods than the fast foods, unlike their foreign counterparts. Things like rice, beans, garri, amongst other…