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D'Banj Matches Words With Action In an apparent show of what, seemingly, is determination, self-acclaimed Koko Master, D'Banj has gone on to launch an agricultural produce - garri – in his name.
This follows his recent visit to the Minister of Agriculture, Mr Akinwunmi Adesina, in which they parleyed on issues relating to agriculture vis-à-vis the Nigerian economy.
In the aftermath of the meeting with the minister, D'Banj went on air, enthusing about it and, encouraged Nigerian youths to embrace agriculture. Moreover, he dropped a hint about collaborative plans in the pipeline aimed at massively developing the agricultural sector of the country.
A 'gladdened' D'Banj was on Instagram to say this and backed it with a picture: “Finally here after 5 yrs. I can proudly say #KokoGarriis the first product of Koko Holdings, thanks to God, @oneinafrica, #DoAgricIt Pays and #Nagropreneurs. Join me youths, we can do this.”
It would be recalled that D'Banj alongside producer and songwriter, Cobhams Asuquo, were appointed ambassadors of an agricultural scheme by ONE organization in January.