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ViableX boosts agribusiness with online platform where farmers get instant loan, sell produce

ViableX boosts agribusiness with online platform where farmers get instant loan, sell produce
June 06
12:23 2020

Farm4me, an agro-allied outfit, recently boosted agriculture business with the launch of its revolutionary online platform that enables farmers to sell farm produce and also obtain loans.

The website www.viablex.com also affords commercial farmers the opportunities to purchase commodities and store online pending when prices are high and they could trade and make profits.

Adama J. Adama, CEO, Farm4me, at the unveiling of the portal, simplified the mission of the agribusiness company as basically enhancing farmers to make money from commodity trading.

“We aim to raise one million commodity-trading millionaires in Nigeria,” he asserted.

Viable X Agribusiness Limited, incorporated with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), is also licensed by the National Export Promotion Council (NEPC).

Explaining how Viable X is going to help farmers to profit from agriculture in Nigeria, he said: “They can invest in commodity export orders from international buyers and earn 50% profit over three months. They can as well request for a loan and receive it instantly in their bank account. Just as well, they can buy commodities and also store the same online and sell to make a profit when the price is high.”

Adama added: “Farmers on our platform can sell their commodities any time and receive credit alert instantly. They are guaranteed of selling at good prices in the market place to premium buyers.”

According to him, stakeholders who sign up on the website also enjoy an added advantage of listing their contract farming companies thereby enabling food processors and commodity exporters to contact them directly.

“Your investment is secured. It is backed by physical commodities with good liquidity. No matter what happens, your investment capital is refundable. “We can be reached via [email protected] or 07000230230,” Adama said.

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