For every man or Human Being I know, generating income is a very important goal, every man always sort after generating income or revenue for himself, like that popular anthem by Victor AD, “If we no make money, wetin we gain.” But I am here to tell you (and show you how), that you can generate for yourself an income, not just anyhow income o, steady and constant rising income for at least 50 years.
With the way things are currently going, we have had people who do more than one Job, just to earn and increase their income rate. People are now taking up extra jobs, after their normal work just to make ends meet. We have people who have morning Job, Afternoon job, some even take Night job. You can imagine going through all this stress just to make money, and boost your income rate. Nigerians especially, we know how to adapt to suffering and hardship, which shouldn’t be so, life can be easier for all of us, if only we can turn towards the right direction.
I cannot begin to mention the things we all do for wealth creation, it’s what we all see every day, like a friend of mine will say, confusion everywhere. But ladies and gentlemen, like they use to say again, what you are looking for in Sokoto is simply under your ‘Sokoto’ (trousers).
How can you ease yourself of all the necessary stress of taking up several jobs and other things, INVEST. When you invest, you buy yourself a day that you don’t have to work anymore; you plan to be your own boss.
Did someone say Invest in what? Am not talking about all these savings investment or stock stuff that you are always skeptical that it might crash one day, am talking about an Investment that is constant and doesn’t crash like the stock exchange, an investment that doesn’t fluctuate like Dollar to Naira exchange rate, in that irrespective of whatever happens to you or these country, your investment is still there.
Have you heard of Real Estate Agriculture? Yea, am talking of a combo of Agriculture and Real Estate. You buy a piece land; you all know a land doesn’t depreciate now. Instead of spending money building houses that will still cost you fortune to maintain later on, you invest that land into farm plantation that will generate you a life-time wealth.
How can you go about this? Hastom Nigeria is an Agricultural Real Estate Company, and has come up with a Cashew-Cassava Plantation Investment opportunity.
How to invest is simple:
. Put a Call through to Hastom Nigeria to discuss about investing
· We have a detailed investment plan or package ready to suit your capabilities, which can be requested by you in other to go through the details of how it is going to run, so you are already aware of how the process will go on before it even begins, isn’t that splendid.
· After going through the details, you can request for a site tour, to probably see the Farm site, which comprises of our Farm and that of other Investors.
· You invest by buying a minimum of 10 acres of our plantation (Farm).
· With just 75% payment, the entire plantation can be set up for you in your name.
It’s as simple as stated above. Let’s make this happen, click link to also learn more https://hastomnigeria.com/how-to-become-rich-within-three-years/
The election season is here, along with the interesting events and happenings that comes with it, the usual transfer window events, Parties signing new members as politicians continue the common habit of jumping from one party to another, the sweet talks, the promises and also the goodies that comes along with the election season. You will agree with me that the publicity and awareness of this election seems overwhelming than the previous ones, mostly thanks to our beloved Pastors and religious leaders. Did you get your PVC though? It’s very important you have gotten it, you will discover how much control you have with your PVC, well at least for this Pre-Election period though, can’t say for later, and don’t just get it for getting it sake, VOTE! That way you can legitimately complain, if the aftermath isn’t favorable, don’t get me wrong, and I’m not being pessimistic.
Having admonishing as I’m obligated to do as a Patriotic Citizen that I am, lets speak about the ‘later’ that you don’t have control over. In spite of the overwhelming awareness, you can’t but admit that “This is Nigeria”, you can’t possibly say what’s going to happen, promises for one is not something you can hold any politician accountable for judging from the obvious. And so while we sincerely hope that the awareness can have a positive effect into birthing in new leadership that this country needs (that’s me being optimistic), I think it’s safe to say that we citizens also should not get our hopes too high into putting our future in the hands of any politician. Experiences should have taught us enough that you shouldn’t have to wait for any politician, when you can actually secure yourself irrespective of what happens up there. Waiting for any politician is just like waiting for Godot, if you know what I mean. Vision 2020 is a popular example for one, it’s safe to say vision 2020 is probably a lost cause now, and I begin to wonder if there was any vision in the first place though, probably the person who said he received the vision was from Yabaleft.
Bottom line is this, This is Nigeria, secure yourself, do whatever you can with what you have, where you are – INVEST for the hay days. It’s the only security you can give yourself, your insurance against whatever might be thrown at you in the aftermath of the election. INVEST NOW.
And what better way to invest than investing in a business that isn’t affected by what happens up there – NO INFLATION, NO DEPRECIATION, instead constant increase in your ROI over the years, and you are secured for at least 50 years. Isn’t that fantastic, that way you have control over your own affairs and not some politicians. Hastom Nigeria’s Cashew – Cassava Investment plan is just the perfect breakaway plan for you.
The time is NOW, the Election Season is here, and the time to secure yourself is NOW! With our Cashew – Cassava Investment, take the remote control off that politician and be in charge.
The National President, National Cashew Association of Nigeria, NCAN, Tola Faseru, has disclosed that the production of the commodity has increased from about 90,000 metric tonnes in 2011 to 220,000 metric tonnes at the end of 2017 translating to about $402million.
He said the cashew industry has made a lot of progress when compared to other commodities in the country.
Speaking with Agriculture journalists recently, Faseru said: “In 2011, our production was about 90,000 metric tonnes, today, as at the end of 2017, we have reached 220,000 metric tonnes. For us, that is a major breakthrough. That is more than doubled what the production was from 2011 to 2017. Barring all issues of climate change and all of that, for us, that is a major effort.”
He added “the earning has increased tremendously, the earnings in 2011 were about $48 to $50 million annually but as at 2017, we have reached $402 million. What it means is that the value of Nigerian cashew has increased.
“In 2011, we were talking of something in the region of between $300 and $500 per ton. Today, we are talking about $1800 and we have explored an upward trend in the marketability and acceptability of the Nigerian cashew across the world.”
Tola Faseru said the increased earnings from cashew has impacted positively on the farmers. “In the past, a farmer was selling at the local price of N30,000 to N40, 000 per ton, but today, the farmer can sell at about N300,000 per ton.
“Thus, our farmers are now living a decent life; they provide shelter for themselves, have good cars and that had encouraged them to plant more. By and large, it has encouraged them to take good care of their farms.”
He said one of the reasons for the growth in the sector is the sensitisations and trainings given to the local farmers. “We have given farmers trainings on how to store their cashew properly, they are able to first of all put in best agricultural practices; they are able to do what they call proper harvesting which is critical to the yield and to the quality.
“Farmers are able to dry cashew properly; most importantly, they are able to package it well. When we came in, cashew nuts were usually packaged in polythene bags and we said this will kill the quality because the cashew will not have proper air to breathe because it will get heated up and what will happen is for the cashew to spoil.
“So, we said jute bags should be the way. Jute bags give way for air to flow in and out, the cashew farmers have imbibed that as well.”
He added that drying of cashew has now become something farmers now handle professionally and has become the norm across the value chain.
Be wise, join the smart investors to invest in our ongoing cashew-cassava investment plan and join the league of Nigerians benefiting from this new “Nigeria Goldmine” by clicking on https://hastomnigeria.com/cashew-cassava-plan/
Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/05/982285/
Premier League Season Begins;
So the new Premier League Season has begun, you could feel the new energy and frenzy atmosphere this new season has brought. New Coaches, new Signings, it promises to be a hot season ahead. Some players already making the headlines, most top teams are off to a flying start right? Except for Arsenal though, looks like it’s going to be tough battle to dethrone the defending champions, Manchester City this season. They didn’t spend much this transfer window, with Mahrez as the only top signing, same squad, and same coach. But it’s going to take some balls to dethrone them right? They already made a point defeating Chelsea and their new Sarri-Ball and Arsenal.
Why not let’s discuss Man-City a bit? Remember Pep Guardiola took over at City at the start of 2016/2017 Campaign replacing Manuel Pellegrini. Man-City finished third in Gaurdiola’s first season and then, in the next campaign, broke the Premier League’s records, lifted his first trophy in England in the2018 Carabao Cup defeating Arsenal ( seems Arsenal are a regular scapegoat), dominated the 2017/18 Premier League Season, went ahead to claim the title.
Okay away from City’s achievement, how were they able to achieve these? Simple, City had put their money where it should be. It was an Investment, which is now paying off largely. Remember how criticisms were rising following City’s spending spree last season’s transfer window. Well after failing to win a single trophy in Gaurdiola’s first season, City saw the need to INVEST big, despite the wide criticisms. Well looks like others have followed suit after seeing City’s INVESTMENTS paying off, the likes of Liverpool.
Don’t we all have something to pick from this? You can either learn it the easy way or the hard way you know. You want to BREAK RECORDS with your FINANCES, “INVEST”. Without Investment there will not be growth, and without growth there will not be … Well you can think for yourself. You know when money realizes that it is in good hands, it wants to stay and multiply in those hands. Ask City how much profit they gained from that BIG INVESTMENT.
A good Investment is not Far-fetched; Hastom Nigeria’s Cashew-Cassava Investment Plan is a big one. Invest with a minimum capital of 2.5 Million Naira in an investment plan with NO INFLATION, NO DEPRECIATION. Your invested sum will become your annual Income for over 50 years with a constant rise in your ROI (Return on Investment) over the years.
Remember it’s all about Investment, BE A CITYZEN, BREAK RECORDS WITH YOUR FINANCES, INVEST NOW.
Someone is thinking what sort of business this could be, well, don’t stress too much, it’s the cashew business of course.
A conversation with some local cashew farmer forced me to draw a conclusion that majority of these local cashew farmers will argue the fact that the cashew business is worth a Billion-Dollar simply because till now, individual and co-operate effort to grow cashew has not been wholly incredible in terms of the yield.
Paying close attention to the results from these farmers’ cashew farm, and their returns over the years, they could be justified to crucify me for referring to this same business “a Billion-Dollar business”. Also, after paying a closer attention to their methods of cultivation, I should be justified to give them strokes of cane because their so-called cashew plantation isn’t well cultivated.
There’s so much ASSURANCE attached to Cashew Cultivation because the yield can be improved upon drastically. This made us at Hastom Nigeria, put in a lot of effort in this research and found out that with modern practice, improved hybrid cashew seedlings and under favourable climate and soil condition, 10 acres of cashew plantation would have produced an average of 70,000kg of cashew nuts within few years, meaning that from just ten acres you would have made an average of 40million naira (with the current market price of cashew nuts), without adding the cash in from the cassava intercroppings.
A cashew tree can exist for more than 50years, this implies that, in fifty years you would have made a fortune out of the business.
This implies that, you aren’t just investing for yourself when you invest in cultivating cashew, you are also planning to leave an inheritance for your children to live on.
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Cashew is seasonal fruit that is highly sought after in the Nigerian Market as well as the global market. The species is originally native to the North Eastern Brazil. Major production of cashews occurs in Vietnam, Nigeria, India and Ivory Coast. The Cashew nut is eaten on its own, used in recipes or processed into Cashew cheese or butter. The cashew apple can be processed into a sweet fruit drink or distilled into liquor.
Driven by the rise in demand from china, India and other fast-growing economies, the global cashew boom has generated profits, the business has been of instant success for investors in the cashew business, as investors now worth millions of dollars in annual revenue, and with the world price rising and expected to remain steady, life is changing for those ready to invest in the business.
The cashew Industry has been a growing business over the years in Nigeria in particular. Cashew Production for 2015 was 160,000 tonnes, and fetched 57.6 billion naira revenue. In 2016, we exported 185,000 tonnes and earned 259 million dollars (93.2 billion naira). Last year 2017, 220,000 tonnes was exported and earned 123 billion naira, which means that the value continues to row over the years. But with this still, the demands is yet still more than the supply, this just implies a lot of room and opportunities for investments in this cashew business.
Investing in Cashew Nut business is one of the most lucrative investments you can make. The reason is not far- fetched. Nigeria is one of the largest producers of cashew in the world. It implies that you already have access to the essential commodity. In addition to this, the cashew industry has a high potential for growth, with cashew tree having the ability to last at least 50 years. There is a lot of money to be made if you invest in the cashew nut business.
The National Cashew Association of Nigeria (NCAN) has stated that Nigeria will generate a turnover of about ?N1 trillion in the next 10 years, noting however that necessary support and encouragement from regulators would make the target achievable.
The association also said Nigeria must promote cashew business and unlock financing for the sector for it to thrive. National Publicity Secretary and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Universal Quest Nigeria, Mr. Sotonye Anga, who spoke on behalf of the group stated that the cashew industry requires a financing to the tune of N50 billion to boost production, processing and marketing. He said there was a need for value addition in the nation’s cashew industry to create more jobs for unemployed young people, diversify the economy and earn foreign exchange.
Anga who spoke at the export platform business luncheon tagged: “Multibillion N?aira Cashew industry”, stressed that exporting raw cashew, also exports job opportunities, stressing the need for the nation to reverse this trend.
“Let us not forget that Africa is the center of the cashew world, producing over 40 per cent of 2.6 million tons of the world’s cashew nuts with Nigeria standing as one of the largest cashew producers in the continent alongside Ivory Coast, Guinea Bissau, Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique and recently Mali,” he said. “The time to add value to our cashew and thereby create more jobs for our unemployed young people, reduce unemployment, diversify our economy, reduce the pressure on our Naira, stimulate economic growth? and get a bigger share of the cashew dollar is now,” he added.
According to him, $1.8 billion per annum in Naira is an equivalent of N351 billion from just cashew alone, noting that it is as a matter of urgency for Nigeria to have a paradigm shift to look away from petrol dollar to cashew dollar. He also stated that developing and investing in Nigeria’s cashew industry offers a straight route from poverty to financial freedom and prosperity for thousands of families. “Today, cashew is a major foreign exchange earner for Nigeria and thus listed as a transformational crop in the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA) of the federal government of Nigeria,” he said. He pointed out that the nation’s annual production of raw cashew nuts now stands at 144,000 tones, stressing that in the last 9 years, cashew prices in Nigeria had increased by 266.7 per cent. Furthermore, he advised that Nigeria needs to consolidate its place in the cashew world by increasing its cashew production and processing, considering the growth in demand for cashew globally and the rising ?consumer appetite for the crop. “As we allocate more land for cashew cultivation, our major focus should be to increase our national average in terms of yield per hectare which is around 400kg to 600 kg per hectare to at least 1,000 to 1500 kg per hectare. He said as a result of this, there was the need to establish a national cashew seed program, improve farm level productivity by planting improved disease-resistant high-yielding cashew seedlings, rejuvenate old cashew farms and organize capacity building programs for cashew farmers.
Nearly 42% of the global cashew crop is produced by about 2.5 million small farmers in Africa. The vast majorities of these farmers live in rural areas and struggle to make as little as € 90 to € 330 per year through the production of cashews. Such low incomes result from a number of factors, including low yields, poor quality nuts and a lack of business skills. Cashew farmers in Africa rarely organize themselves into associations, which lead to a weak bargaining position with dealers.
They are also insufficiently linked to international markets, primarily because of the poor quality of their product. Adding to the problem is the fact that less than 5% of African raw cashew production undergoes further processing in Africa, leaving a tremendous opportunity for poverty reduction and job creation largely untapped.
“If the value chain for cashew nuts in Africa were well-organized, according to our calculations the industry would have accounted for US$ 1.9 billion in 2013.” Roger Brou is Managing Director at the African Cashew Alliance, an industrial platform whose goal is to promote the African cashew industry.
Such is the potential of the African cashew market. Africa produces 42% of the estimated 2.6 million tons of raw cashews every year. Of this, it exports 90% to the rest of the world, retaining the rest for domestic produce. In the recent past, while most of the efforts were aimed at improving farm level productivity through seed programs, replantation and rejuvenation, training and capacity building on farm management practices etc., a lot has also been done on reforming markets and revitalizing institutional infrastructure too. Tanzania, through the Cashew Board of Tanzania, has put in place a robust warehouse receipt based auction system to ensure quality nuts get fair price and small-holder farmers are not discriminated against. This has been working very well. Further, the Cashew Board of Tanzania is going ahead with establishment of three processing plants under public-private partnership model with the involvement of producer cooperative and government. Like-wise, Cote d’Ivoire, through its regulatory body, the Cotton and Cashew Council (CCC), sealed raw cashew movement through the land route and restricted raw cashew exports only through Abidjan and San Padro ports to bring in accountability. Besides, it fixed a minimum price for raw cashew for 2014 season and ensured farmers do not sell below it. Cote d’Ivoire with its significant production volume thus brought in necessary discipline in the raw cashew trade and exports. Simultaneously, CCC have started engaging with Vietnam at government to government to level to get access to Vietnam cashew processing technology into Cote d’Ivoire in exchange for assured supply of raw cashews to Vietnam. Cote d’Ivoire is largely replicating its successful model of cocoa in cashew. These are just two examples. The gist is every major raw cashew producer is evolving its own model to add value to raw cashew and in the process generate employment and wealth for the nation. Organizations such as ACA and ACi along with its partners are enabling and hastening this transition. Africa undoubtedly is the most happening place for cashew and rightfully, this decade belongs to African mammoth cashew industry.