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Nigerian Tech Entrepreneur Set To Launch Revolutionising Start-Up In UK

Gombe-born student and postgraduate alumnus of Birmingham City University Ibrahim Magaji has been selected by the institution to remain in the UK and launch a “credible business idea,” after a keenly contested process.

The reason for giving alumni such opportunities is to have a central role in identifying suitable graduates who have developed business ideas, and supporting them.

“Since 2013, BCU has supported more than 64 graduates that stayed in the UK to run their businesses. Many of which are still living in the UK after having successfully applied for the TIER 1 Entrepreneur Visa,” they said

Magaji, on completion of his master’s degree in Enterprise Systems Management (SAP Integrated) from the university, following a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology & Business Information Systems from Middlesex University London, said his intention is to revolutionise agro-exports.

“I’m bringing farmers to foreign market that is robust, secure and profitable. This was inspired by growing demand for an alternative to the oil revenue, especially by the Nigerian government,” said the 28-year old entrepreneur.

Magaji’s dream has always been to be in the forefront of a growing bid to harmonise ICT technology and commercial agriculture.

Ibrahim Magaji has prior experience working as a founding member of Nigeria’s fast-growing agri-tech firm, Verdant Agri-Tech, where he served as Chief Operations Officer, following his stint as network administrator at Delhi, India-based Network Bulls.

He’s a 2018 alumnus of Commonwealth 100 Open Source Leadership by Common-Purpose UK.

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