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you would go to the bank and post that land as collateral in case you default on the loan. Or you can get individual investors but that will be very challenging you're better off with a bank.
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As far Ive seen Agriculture is around 30% of Nigerias PIB, which is good, because this sector is importante to Nigeria finances. So the Governament probably have a couple of economic incentives, as special loan, tax incentives, etc. First of all, look for such an incentives, if they exists you will get a better scenarium for investments. You can also try a partnership with another "farmer" or industry that you could be "outsourced" by them, so they will invest in your business.