Courage Agbonlahor

2021 Fellow from Nigeria

Courage Oghogho Agbonlahor is an entrepreneur with more than six years' experience in food production and processing. Currently, he is the founder and chief executive officer of Kasa Integrated Farms, a company that specializes in the production and processing of cassava tubers into garri, flour, starch, and animal feed. Courage and his company aim to reduce post-harvest loss in cassava production and processing, thereby increasing food and social economic activities and reducing rural poverty. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Ambrose Alli University in Ekpoma, Nigeria, where he was president of the National Association of Nigerian Students. Courage is also a 2015 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur, the 2017 winner of the Hero Kickstart Business Competition Grant, a 2018 finalist in the FATE Foundation ScaleUp Accelerator Programme, and a finalist for a Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs initiative on post-harvest losses and food waste reduction. After completing the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Courage aims to become a top entrepreneurial professional and to continually set new frontiers for professional excellence.

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