Mr. Ali Zabolo on his farm
A Nigerian graduate of Biochemistry, Mr. Ali Zabolo says working as a private farmer has earned him more than any paid job would have offered.

The Chief Executive Officer, Zabolo farms, headquartered in Jos the Plateau State capital has, therefore, turned down several jobs offers to care for his private farms, he said.

In an interview on Wednesday in Jos, Mr. Zabolo estimated his monthly income from farming at N500, 000 ($1,388.9).

“Aside from the fact that no paid job would give me that much, the problems associated with the Nigerian labor system are discouraging.

“Salaries could delay and employers could fire at any time.

“More so, you never get the freedom to do what would be of benefit to you and I can’t bear that,” he said.

strawberries cultivated by Zabolo
Mr. Zabolo's greenhouse farm produces different exotic fruits, spices, and vegetable all-year-round.

The products are supplied to customers across Nigeria and beyond, raw or processed.

The 2016 graduate of the University of Maiduguri, Northeastern Nigeria has at least ten staff on his payroll, managing the farms which are spread across several hectares of land in different locations in Central and Northwestern Nigeria.

He, however, hopes to mechanize the farms in no distant time for maximum output.

Mr. Ali Zabolo is available on 08060923117 and www.zabbolorfarms.com.

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processed spices from zabolo farms