How To Start Yam Export Business in Nigeria

The recent removal of fuel subsidy by the federal government of Nigeria is a clear opportunity for people to start thinking of how to make money from the export of agricultural commodity like Yam and others from Nigeria to the UK and other countries.

Nigeria is the world largest producer of Yam and the commodity is cultivated for local consumption in almost every part of the country.

In fact most Yam farmers in Nigeria are not aware of the huge amount of money they can make from the export of Yam to countries like the UK and US where you have a very large population of Nigerians and other Africans who consumes Yam regularly. The Yam export business is very lucrative business, an average tuber of Yam that weighs 2kg cost between 3pounds staling to 6pounds staling in the UK market. With the exchange rate of pounds/Naira put at 1pound/N250 one can make enough cash from Yam export business in Nigeria.

You can export Yam from Nigeria either on a large scale or small scale it all depends on the volume of export contract received from a foreign buyer and the capital you have at hand to carry out the exportation of the commodity. But however you can start Yam business on a small scale with less than N100,000. All you need do is to package the Yam in cartons of 20kg each and ship them to foreign buyers in the UK or US.

To enable you start a profitable yam export business in Nigeria I have packaged a PDF manual on how to start small scale Yam export business. The PDF manual is a step by step practical guide that will expose you to the secret of how to make money from Yam export in Nigeria. The cost of the PDF manual is just N5,000 only and and other 3bonus export manual contains the following.

How to packaged Yam correctly for export.

Contacts addresses of some foreign buyers and how you can get more contacts of other foreign buyers of the commodity.

Places in Nigeria where you can purchase Yam at a very cheap price.

How to get payment for the commodity you have exported.

And other vital information that will help you carryout export easily.

Therefore, to order a copy of the PDF manual please Pay the sum of N5,000 to any Gtbank nearest to you.

Account Number: :001-030-8742,

Account Name; OJO OTARU.

And After payment please text your name, your e-mail address &bank teller number to

08081632025 and immediately I will send a copy of the manual (PDF) to your email box and notify you.

Remain Blessed.


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13 Responses to How To Start Yam Export Business in Nigeria

  1. Boniface C Ekeji says:

    We would like to be connected to foreign market to which we can supply yam and Ogbono.


    Boniface Ekeji

  2. umar musiliu ekundayo says:

    i wold like to be partake in the exporting of yam and i would glad to have the prerequesite knowledge of it,

  3. i would happy if the pdf content can lead me to be an exporter of yam and other commodity

    • 080oyokosunday070 says:

      Hi Umar,for details on how to get the yam export manual and consultancy support please call me on 08081632025

  4. Really wondering at why orders are so scarce these days.
    What i need is contracts from abroad.
    Can you help in that line?

  5. Joel mesuna says:

    I will like to export yam

  6. nwankwo says:

    I am interested.

  7. Olusola Samuel says:

    I hope that u will help to solve my long-time challenges of export buz.

  8. vincent says:

    Am interested in the yam export to uk.

  9. Ada says:

    Hi I noticed that you havnt responded in a long time. Please I would like to speak with you on how to export yam and other items and also how I can get contacts who would like to buy. Thank you.

  10. Kiok ovri says:

    Good info all the way sir,am working on my coy document right now with cac and Nepc.I will need series of your update comprehensive manual containing contact of genuine buyers in qantom.sir I anticipate your kind cooperation.

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