Nigerian youths are beginning to take over some major businesses in the country. They have proven that they have what it takes to be good leaders and entrepreneurs
A 39-year-old man identified as Rotimi Williams is not just ambitious but enterprising. The young man is the owner of the second-largest rice farm in Nigeria. The land is reportedly about 45,000 hectares in area. According to Forbes, Williams who was once a journalist has employed over 600 people in Nasarawa to work on his farmland. This young man gathered all his farming skills using Google.
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Rotimi Williams attended King’s College in Lagos, after which he proceeded to the University of Aberdeen where he graduated with a degree in Economics. He also obtained a Master’s Degree in Economics from the same institution.
About how he acquired his hectares of land, Williams revealed that he did not start up on his own but became a part-owner of about 17,296 hectares of farmland where he agreed to share the profits made from the farm produce.