According to a World Bank report, 80 percent of Nigeria’s oil and gas revenue benefits only 1% of the Nigerian populace because of corruption. Now, that’s appalling. Our God-given resources are siphoned into the pockets of a few people who pledge to serve the Nation yet turn around to serve themselves. Our nation is bedeviled by a host of dishonest and deceitful men and women.
Is a farmer an entrepreneur? The quick answer is – IT DEPENDS – on whether that farmer is a commercial or a subsistence farmer. While there are few commercial farmers, typically retired military men or politicians, the sad reality is that in West Africa, there are few farmers who are considered entrepreneurs – either by themselves or the general society.