The maiden edition of a very inspiring agricultural based event aimed at encouraging youths to pay more attention to and play active roles in the development of the nation’s agricultural production process capacity is set to hold a 3-day community based event from the 7th to 9th of December, 2012 at the Eagle Square, Abuja. The event is one of education, entertainment and empowerment, prepared to present agriculture in a most appealing way and at the same time create a relaxing, entertaining atmosphere for youths.

The programme is not just one that is out to encourage young people towards a credible path but one that will touch topics centered around food, its uses and benefits, drawing attention to its agricultural applications for a sustainable expansion of Nigeria’s agricultural sector. It also celebrates local farmers, chefs, companies and organizations who contribute their best to uphold a standard food system.

The gathering will be spiced up with interactive provisions for creative conversations centered on agricultural to give better and clearer understanding to persons who choose this path. Also to jazz up the stimulating event will be workshops tagged “A Young Entrepreneur Challenge”, and a “Celebrity Cookout” with exciting celebrities such as Nse Ikpe-Etim, Stella Damasus, Timi Dakolo, Chigurl and participating radio stations.

Also interestingly, Dangote, Nestle, Heinz, Maggi, Grand Cereals, Vita Milk, Tropica, Scanfrost, Frutta, Pringles, Snickers Chocolate, 7Days Croissants and other proven, loved and exciting food brands will be present to make available their products for purchase at extremely discounted prices. Also noteworthy of affordable mention will be Special Royal Farms’ knock-off price offers of fresh produce of foods, fruits and vegetables.

Asides from being power-packed on informative sessions, this is truly the Christmas shopper’s paradise offering unbelievable Christmas bargain, ranging from Christmas hampers to tomatoes, yams and even ugu!

You don’t want to miss this event; no you don’t.

One Response

  1. Michelle Spice

    Is this what Nigerians’ eat! I thought that you were more nutritionally conscious!

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