Nollywood actor Victor Osuagwu plans to start exporting farm products after his retirement

Veteran Nollywood actor Victor Osuagwu in an interview said he plans going full time into farming after his retirement from the movie industry.

The comic actor said that farming is really enterprising and resourceful and doesn’t mind making it his full time job afterwards.

Victor Osuagwu stated this at the African Farmers and Cultural Organisation event, tagged “Job Creation/Empowerment for the Unemployed” held at Zion Event Hall in Isolo, Lagos.

He said that he plans to start exporting farm products outside the country and intends to expand his farm to make more profit from it.

In his interview he revealed how he intends relocating to his village in order to fully concentrate on his intended business.

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Nollywood actor Victor Osuagwu.
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In his words:

“I am preparing myself for retirement because a time will come when we(actors) will all go back to our various hometowns to go and relax, eat fresh foods away from the hustle and bustle of the urban city. I’m presently the President General of my Community. And I’m also a farmer.

I’m planning to expand my farming enterprise because I want to begin exporting my produce outside Nigeria. What I do now is that I give it out to people. I don’t buy bags of rice for people because I produce rice in my farm. That is the reason why I attended this event and I have learned a lot from this programme.

The actor further implored Nigerians to embrace agriculture,

“If you travel to Europe, you will realise that a lot of people are into farming and that is why they don’t lack food. They have varieties of farm produce to eat but the case here in Nigeria is different.

”Everybody wants to work in a bank or an oil company and the other areas are being neglected. So, I give kudos to AFCO empowerment initiative which has partnered with the federal government to improve agricultural production in Nigeria.”

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The actor also advised the federal government to also look into the agricultural sector, to expand it, so it can look more attractive to the youths and as while bring in more investors towards that area of business.

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