- Another Nigeran youth is making the country proud having been selected for the UNITE 2030 Youth Delegate Program.
- 27-year-old agricpreneur Segun Adegoke will represent Nigeria for the programme which he said will hopefully strengthen his entrepreneur skills
- The Baay Farms founder also stated that the programme, partnered with the United Nations, will allow him to meet other key players in the world
A 27-year-old Nigerian budding entrepreneur, Segun Adegoke, has been selected for the UNITE 2030 Youth Delegate Program.
The Youth Delegate Program is in partnership with the United Nations (UN) and unites the top changemakers across the world who are working to achieve the United Nations sustainable development goals by the year 2030.
Speaking exclusively to Legit.ng, Segun Adegoke, who is the founder of Baay Farms, said the opportunity would allow him to further develop his social entrepreneurial skills and help him create the true global change to make as an Entrepreneur.
The benefits of the programme
While expressing his excitement, Adegoke explained that it would also strengthen his core values and ability to help grow and create major sustainable impacts across his sectors globally.
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The young entrepreneur further explained that he would effectively educate and inform people all over the world of the positive sustainable and economic impacts blockchain can have on individual lives, businesses, and communities.
“I am excited to announce I have been chosen for the UNITE 2030 Youth Delegate Program, and selected for the Builders Track!
“The Youth Delegate Program is in partnership with the United Nations and unites the top changemakers from around the world who are working to achieve the United Nations sustainable development goals by the year 2030.
“This opportunity will allow me to further develop my social entrepreneurial skills and help me create the true global change I intend to make as an entrepreneur.
“This also strengthing my core values and ability to help grow and create major sustainable impacts across my sectors globally. Working to create a more Inclusive and sustainable habitation for African people.
“This program will help with my personal growth, along with setting me up with a toolset I will be able to use throughout my lifelong business journey.”
He, therefore, appreciate the organizer of UNITE 2030 for the opportunity, and can’t wait to work closely with the team.
Earlier exposure to farming pathway to my millions
Meanwhile, Adegoke recently explained how his grandmother made him a millionaire by introducing him to farming as a 10-year-old boy.
Adegoke said he never expected the farming skills being infused into him by his grandmother would help his financial status.
According to him, those agric skills are now putting food on his table like never before and placing him before kings.