connects rural farmers with urban buyers who need their produce

Just recently, Nigerians began experiencing the shocking realities of buying 4 pieces of tomatoes for ₦200 (something that used to retail at ₦50 or even less). This change appears to have had many latch on to various news channels online and offline, awaiting the most logical explanation. Some advocates on the other hand won’t just stop blaming the government for long bailing out on its supposed responsibility.

Regardless, I chanced upon a solution that came somewhat close to validating some of the assumptions bottled up within me, and I thought to share it.

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