Nigerian Undergraduate, making it big in Fish Farming

Abdullahi Al-Hamza a fish farmer in Gwagwalada, FCT encourages Nigerian youth to look beyond white collar jobs.
By Ademola Adebayo


  • Amazing and encouraging!!!

  • Encouraging

  • just the way to go..

  • I'm trying to bring this to locals in Haiti


  • Please I Need knowledge about it , so any help will be realy appreciated . Thank

  • Am currently working on introducing fish farming to my village members in Kenya, seeing this is very inspiring.

  • it is cruel to cramp fish into such small spaces just for money

  • 40 million naira is a lot of money damn and we are living in europe wasting our lifes with 4 million a year if you are lucky

  • Please I need to meet you for education on how to go about it. I will really I appreciate if you get at me. Thanks

  • keep it up

  • keep it up,nigeria need u

  • so nice!
     carry on!

  • Even we the old ones are not being left behind. Am about to retire hence my seriousness in fish farming business. God help me.

  • Thats great your are paving a way for youth who things that there is no money in fish farming. I am leaving my engineering profession to venture into fish farming for life. It pays more than most of the white collar jobs.