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5 Billion Naira in Funding From FarmCrowdy to Small Scale Farmers in Nigeria Over 3 Years - Onyeka Akumah, Founder/CEO FarmCrowdy

Aug 22, 2019 07:00 PM
5 Billion Naira in Funding From FarmCrowdy to Small Scale Farmers in Nigeria Over 3 Years - Onyeka Akumah, Founder/CEO FarmCrowdy Africa Business Radio, Onyeka Akumah, Africa Business News, FarmCrowdy, Nigeria, Agriculture, Crowdyvest, Small Scale Farer


Onyeka Akumah is a Nigerian-born entrepreneur and also the Founder and CEO of Farmcrowdy. Nigeria’s first digital agriculture platform has empowered over 12, 000 small scale farmers across 14 states in Nigeria since its first launched in November 2014. Prior to Farmcrowdy, Onyeka held several top management positions in high-profile organizations like Travel Beta, Jumia, Wakanow, and Konga. He also worked for Deloitte, The British Council and Guaranty Trust Bank. Onyeka was appointed to the E-Agric Stakeholders Forum by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Nigeria and was recently made one of the youngest members of the Honorary Council of the Abuja Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Onyeka was named one of Quartz Africa’s 30 Innovators of 2018 and as one of the 100 most Influential Africans of 2019 by Africa Report. He has been recognized with several awards both local and international and currently sits on the Board of leading tech start-ups in New York and Lagos.

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