I hope you enjoy this interview on Founder’s Connect.
I was born on the 21st of October, 1984 to the family of Dr. & Mrs Akumah. The first of 5 kids with four lovely younger sisters (Nkeonye, Osogom, Uzo and Chucks), I grew up not knowing I was the only boy because my parents always made sure, I did everything in the house irrespective […]
Starting from the 21st of January 2019, I’ll be sharing my journey from the 7-year-old choir leader in Sokoto to running Farmcrowdy in 2018. This will be a monthly write-up in my own words (typos should be allowed…) sharing my own world on the 21st of every month in 2019. Hopefully, you’ll pick from my […]
The Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency Prof. Yemi Osinbajo along with the Minister of Science & Technology Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu and the Director General of National Information Technology Development Agency – NITDA, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami visited our office to meet with the Farmcrowdy team. Apparently, he has been […]
I strongly believe technology in agriculture needs to improve yields as well as operations, with platform like Farmcrowdy you can go to the mobile app or on the website and decide whether you want maize, rice or soya farmer or cassava farmer and this is because Framcrowdy has created such platform which entails high level […]
The layman’s understanding of agriculture has taken a new turn since the introduction of technology in agriculture. Agriculture and technology have been combined together to form a new term tagged as “Agritech”. Agritech can be regarded as the use of technology in agriculture, horticulture, and aquaculture with the aim of improving yield, efficiency and profitability […]
Farmcrowdy was recognised on CGTN Africa as a new initiative that’s helping farmers in Nigeria increase crop yields and connect with investors through a technology that combines peer-to-peer lending with a stream of videos and photographs of the type typically seen in crowdfunding campaigns. See the video below:
With the aim of educating people on how agriculture works we launched a mobile app last year which enables you to monitor what’s happening on a farm. Beyond that a new mobile app would be coming up in partnership with GSMA. See the video below