The Youth Farming Project (YFarm), the Initiative for the Development of Fresh and Young Brain (FBIN) and Alexian Consueles, said that he trained more than 1,500 young people in agriculture in the country.
In his address during the closing ceremony of his four-day Bootcamp within the framework of the project, with the theme "Construction of Climate Resilient Generation" for selected young men in the southeast and south-south geopolitical zones, held in Owerri, Imo State, the chief executive / founder of the Nkiruka project Neneamgo, said that the project for 10 years of its existence had a positive impact on the lives of 1500 young people in the country, aimed at reaching about 10,000 youth in agriculture by 2020.
According to her, the supporter of financing, the Open Society for West Africa (OSIWA) initiative and the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Egbu, Jeffrey Okorafor, have been very useful since they started their activities, thanks to the cleric for providing the land on which the land was cultivated this initiative.
Nemanyogo also expressed admiration for the partnership of some financial agencies in realizing the goals and objectives of the project, as it was launched on April 2, 2018 in Abuja.
She ordered the young people-beneficiaries to use this opportunity, orienting the wrong opinion that the agricultural business is for the poor and vulnerable in society.