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12 African Youth in Agriculture Get YFarm Award

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Twelve (12) African Youth comprising of one (1) Ugandan and eleven (11) Nigerians shave been celebrated as pioneer recipients of the YFarm Award for outstanding accomplishments in various areas of agriculture.

The Youth Farm (YFarm) awards is a part of the YFarm project that was put together by Fresh and Young Development Initiative and Alexijah Consulting. The YFarm project aims at establishing and promoting at least 12, 000 youth lead farms across Africa by 2020 as well as promote youth led agribusiness society, reduce poverty and increase active youth participation in sustainable agriculture.

The awardees which included just one (1) female were practitioners in various branches of agriculture including agribusiness, animal husbandry, aquaculture, crop production, and processing and packaging.

Dr. Samuel Negedu, the National Coordinator of the National Agricultural Foundation of Nigeria (NAFN) while congratulating the awardees at the 1st African Youth Agric Festival held on August 12th 2014 admonished the recipients not to rest on their oars.

Barr. Nkiruka Nnaemego, Founder of Fresh and Young Brains Development Initiative explained that the competitive award was done embracing best practices with judges coming from government, private sectors and the non-profit world.

Below is the comprehensive list of the awardees:

S/N NAME Gender Nationality Type of Enterprise
 1 Gerald Katabazi Male Uganda Agri-Business
 2 Ayotunde Seye Jolaoso Male Nigeria Agri-Business
 3 Akin Alabi Male Nigeria Agri-Business
 4 Olaniyi Akinwumi Eluwole Male Nigeria Animal Husbandry
 5 Harua Fatuwa Ndahi Male Nigeria Animal Husbandry
 6 Alaba Laurence Afere Male Nigeria Crop Production
 7 Vwoke Elumelu Female Nigeria Crop Production
 8 Henshaw Edet Umoh Male Nigerian Aquaculture
 9 Chijoke Ukwani Male Nigerian Aquaculture
 10 Bege Joseph  Jutau Male Nigerian Processing and Packaging
 11 Temitope Emmanuel Amijo Male Nigerian Processing and Packaging
12. Oyewale Daniel Male Nigerian Crop Production

 

 

 

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