How a Nigerian built a Successful Agricultural & Machinery Business in Nigeria.



How a Nigerian built a Successful Agricultural & Machinery business in Nigeria is another episode of my promoting Africa series where I feature black entrepreneurs all across Africa who have built successful businesses and they tell us how they did it.

Today’s episode is Mr Jerry Malo who is a Nigerian entrepreneur who left the UK to build a Successful Agricultural Business in Jos, Nigeria. He tells us how he was able to build his business in Jos, Plateau state and some of the challenges he has faced on his entrepreneurial journey. He also shows us how he designs and builds Agricultural Equipment in Plateau, Jos Nigerian.

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