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Photos: Meet Nakku Justine, Kenyan 26 Year Old Multi-Millionaire Farmer That Gets Things Done Herself!


Africa as a continent suffers from a very high level of unemployment. Notwithstanding Nakku has taken responsibility for herself in her home country of Kenya, by creating a job that many look down on and she has become very successful at it.

The 26-year-old operates her own lucrative 6 acre farm in Kenya producing dairy, cabbage, cereals, carrots and poultry.



Images of Justine working the land were swiftly shared on social media, with many marveling at the sight of a young, black woman in a field that skews older and male


http://nigeriacamera.net/Ben Murray-Bruce, a Nigerian business mogul, common sense advocate and senator has recently come out to say that Nigeria needs to go back to how it generated its funds before the oil boom, which was through agriculture. He specifically highlighted the fact that local farmers are suffering, because they do not get the patronage they need to thrive. He cited the example of Nigeria spending a billion naira every day to import rice and 2 billion dollars annually while the country has people that can produce rice.
Ben Bruce called on the Nigerian government to ban the importation of dairy products, rice, wheat and other food products that can be home grown. We must eat what we grow were his words.


If the government of Nigeria and other African countries listen To the advice of Sen. Ben and more of our African youth agree to take the initiative, we will have many like Nakku in the near future – young, creative, hardworking, confident, rich and responsible enterprenuers. If a young woman from Kenya can do this, the young people of Africa have been challenged to follow suit instead of sitting idle waiting for an office job.

In America, despite blacks’ historical relationship with agriculture they have been largely shut out of the farming industry due in part to the denial of USDA loans. African Americans currently account for just 2% of the nation’s farmers — a number that has declined from 14% in 1920. We are hoping we see more young, black people working the land.

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  1. Really productive of our young woman in Kenya indeed taking up our own initiative as youths than waiting for an office job which we don’t know when that is why we Africans become lazy and dull but such initiatives are highly emulated.congratulations to our young woman in Kenya.James from Zambia..

  2. Really great to hear and encouraging, will really learn from this though farming already is a choice for me, I will be there

  3. Wow! Job well done mate. Same practice on going here already, but finance to start. A challenge to be like you though.


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