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Abstract

Youth involvement in agriculture has been described as one of the ways in tackling the pitfalls of unemployment issues in Nigeria. However, this general negative perception of  agriculture/agribusiness value chain as a means of sustainable livelihood by youths has deceived most youth into searching for the ever unavailable co-operate job. It is hoped that challenging the status quo will assist the youth to become more engaged in the agricultural/agri-business sector as a productive constituents in enabling them utilize modern technology in a business-like manner to achieve economic independences

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Youth Agribusiness Employment Agriculture

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Yusuf, A.S, Akhideno, L.O, Omoghie, E.S, Adetola, O.O, Osazuwa, D.K and Simpson V.B 2021. Determinant of Youth Participations in Agri-Business in Oluyole Local Government Area of Oyo State. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 3 (Apr. 2021), 322-332. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i3.1506.

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