Nigerians are some of the most enterprising people in the world. In fact, almost every Nigeria is an entrepreneur. From micro businesses in the informal sector to Small and Medium Businesses in the corporate sector, Nigeria can be describe as boisterous Economy with a huge potential for global prominence.
Here are some businesses that have are most lucrative in the country:
This is the next revolutionary industry in Nigeria where millionaires are currently being made. Nigerians both home and overseas are beginning to wake up to the huge potentials in Agribusiness, a sector we have been neglecting over the years due to the discovery of oil. Now that the oil is drying up, people are beginning to look into other sectors of the economy to create wealth. Below are some of the farming in Nigeria that are serious making profit for people now,
2. Poultry Farming
This business is making average Nigerians rich. It is so lucrative that even outsiders are coming in to invest in poultry farming the business in Nigeria. And why not, In a country of more than 150 million people, what would you expect? If you start with 1,000 birds and manage your poultry farm properly, when the turnover on investment begins to come, you will be making millions annually.
3. Cassava Production
People are beginning to turn their attention to this aspect of farming in Nigeria that has been neglected for years. Cassava derived foods are some of the most consumed in Nigeria. If you can invest in cultivating 50 – 100 Acre in a fertile area like Ondo State, your harvest will be great.
4. Snail Rearing
Snail farming is one of the choice Animal farming for many reasons. It is a low capital investment with high yield and the market is big. There are few people currently doing this – and most of them are doing it in a very low scale. If someone invest heavily in Snail farming, he is sure to make good money in Millions within a year.
5. Rice Farming
Rice remains the most consumed food staple in Nigeria and Billions of dollars goes into importation of this product yearly from China and Thailand because the local farmer are unable to meet up the demand due to poor funding and limited knowledge. Anyone who have a million dollar to invest should get in touch and partner with me with 100% return. $1,000,000 = $2,000,000 guaranteed.
6. Sale of Furniture
Buying and selling of Locally make furniture is a goldmine. You don’t need to be a carpenter to do this, just arrange for regular supply from reliable Carpenters while you display and sale in your showroom. It is a very big business in Nigeria as only few can afford the imported designers.
7. Making of Fruit Juice
Nigerians drink fruit juice more than any other people. That’s why companies like La Carcella and Chivita who came into the country as nobody are today making billions of naira annually. This business in capital intensive but if you can afford it, it’s well worth it.
8. Pure Water Production
You know how popular this is in Nigeria and how many that are dispensed daily. Though this business is capital intensive but well worth investing into, especially if you can manage it properly with professionalism.
9. Oil and Gas Business
We are blessed and cursed with huge deposit of oil in our land which presents some of the finest business opportunity for Nigerians and Foreigners. Owning a Petrol Filling Station, Supplying of Diesel, and Distribution of Kerosene are some the areas you can invest easily and make good money for yourself. Petroleum product marketing have been making millions for people and creating millionaires in Nigeria for years.
10. Haulage Services
The cost of taking a truck from one place to the other in Nigeria is between N20,000 to N200,000 per trip. Due to poor rail transport system, most of the Nigerian goods are transported through the road, making haulage business in Nigeria a viable one. Petroleum products haulage and movement of goods from manufacturers and importers are the aspect of haulage in Nigeria that is very lucrative now.
11. Restaurant Business
Food Business is big business, in Nigeria, it is one of the easiest business any one can start with as little as N20, 000 (Twenty thousand Naira). From the roadside food business to the full blown eatery or lifestyle restaurant, any day any time, food business is a sure way to go if you have a passion for cooking. What is key however is finding your own market niche and what your customers want.
12. Fish farming
The Nigerian fish market is huge, and is constantly growing, because there is a demand. It does not require a huge capital to start, and the returns are very high if well managed. Another interesting thing about fish farming is you can choose to sell them dried or fresh, depending on the demand of the market.
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