Moses Njoku Uwa is the founder and managing director of St Mosco FeedNation, the largest fish farming company in southeast Nigeria, which produces 560 tonnes of African catfish from 100 earth ponds each year.
Femi Ilesanmi Eniola is the founder and CEO of Osky Catfish, a vertically integrated company that produces 30 million catfish fry, has 80 grow out cages and does its own training, processing and exporting.
Oluwasikemi Olabisi is the director of The FarmLady Aquatics Limited, a consulting company that helps prospective and existing catfish farmers through training, mentoring and production of healthy catfish juveniles.
Victoria Emmanuel, founder of Sokvikia Fisheries, runs a fish production, processing and distribution business in Nigeria that aims to mainly sell to women who are concerned about food safety, while promoting food security, nutrition and employment opportuniti…
Following a challenging seven years, Nigeria’s first commercial-scale black tiger prawn producer is now up, running and ready to supply high end markets with ASC certified shrimp – from Lagos, to Rotterdam and beyond.
Oladejo Olanrewaju Olumide is the chairman of Ikorodu Fish Farm Estate and second vice-president of the Lagos State Catfish and Allied Farmers Association (LASCAFAN) – the umbrella body of all catfish farmers in Lagos State.
The founder of the largest catfish farm in Nigeria’s Anambra State reflects on overcoming major financial setbacks, conquering prejudice and her hopes that fish farmers will one day have access to reasonable loans.
Funke Olatunde Kechicha is a catfish producer at Imoran Farms and PhD student at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. She recently won the Rising Star category at the 2020 Aquaculture Awards and is looking forward to both improving her own production and to he…