Fri. Sep 25th, 2020

Akpodubakaye Calls For Entrepreneurial Development Among Nigerian Youths 

By Binebai Princewill

Chief executive officer of Jaygreat Livestock Farm Limited, Hon. Jude Akpodubakaye has called on Nigerian youths to engage themselves meaningfully to be self reliant.

Akpodubakaye made the call on December 31st during its end of year party organized by the CEO of Jaygreat Livestock Farm Limited at its head office in Orhuwhorun, Udu Local Government Area of Delta State.

While speaking to his workers, Hon. Jude hinted newsmen that his company has engaged 20 youths, stressing that leaders should begin to invest on youths through such business.

It would be recalled that some dedicated workers were given awards for their consistence and dedication towards adding value to the farm in 2019 as well as
letters of appreciation were given to other staffs.

While speaking on Agriculture, Akpodubakaye noted that Agriculture is a lucrative sector with so much to benefit from.

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He particularly advised Nigerian youths to start looking toward entrepreneurship to have self respect instead of being used on negative vices in the society.

On the future of Jaygreat Livestock Farm Limited, Hon. Jude noted that he is optimistic that his company will soon become a global brand within the next ten years, he noted.

In his words: “Jaygreat Livestock Farm is hoping to be on a global trend in the next ten years.We produce over ten tons of cat fish table size on monthly and working toward expansion for more capacity. We are into fish farming for now and going into rice grow out in Feb 2020.”

Meanwhile, Jude has called on the Delta State Government to put to an end of the lingering crises rocking Aladja, Ogbe-Ijoh and Isaba in Udu and Warri South West Local Government Areas of Delta State, stressing that due to the crises the farm there has been put on hold in these areas since 2016.

“The Delta state government should bring lasting peace to Ogbe-ijoh, Aladja and Isaba crisis to enable us do business in our communities as my Fish Farm in Ogbe-Ijoh has been put on hold because of the crisis since 2016.” He asserted.

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