Letters Wed 22 Nyalle and promoting entrepreneurship




Alhaji Muhammed Nyalle was born on January 22, 1974 into the humble
family of Alhaji Nyalle Umar (a farmer) in Isa local government area
of Sokoto state.
He had his primary and secondary education in Sokoto, Nigeria. Presently,
he is the Managing Director/Chief Executive of Al-Mohbuida Nigeria
Limited, the importer, exporters of goods, supplier and general
contractor. He has been involved in agriculture and trading
industries.


Nyalle is a firm believer in the fact that indigenous companies who are
small and medium enterprises (SMEs) must grow to become big
sustainable companies. He believes this can be achieved through the
application of sound accounting, finance and corporate governance
principles which will create the much needed employment in Nigeria and
African continent at large.
Muhammed Nyalle, who started business as a petty trader, rose to become a full time farmer in animal husbandry from 1988 till today.
A grassroots politician, Nyalle is the national youth
leader of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria
(MACBAN), the national coordinator of Fulbe Africa and chairman of
Nyanya Gwandara Cattle Market in Karu local government area of
Nasarawa state.


A very generous person, Muhammed Nyalle always dreams for his
business to rise like those of Aliko Dangote and Otedola.
For his meritorious service to Northern cause and humanity in general,
Nyalle has received many honours and certificates of recognition
by Enterprises Development Training in collaboration with Small and
Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), among
others.
Muhammed Nyalle is happily married to Hajiya Fatima and the
union is blessed with four children. His hobbies include
traveling and humanitarian services.
Meanwhile, Nyalle while receiving a certificate of entrepreneurship from
SMEDAN, said he was happy to join hundreds of business owners to
acquire knowledge and certificate in enterprise development
training with SMEDAN.


According to him, the training he acquired from SMEDAN would add value to his farming business in Nigeria and internationally. Nyalle said the process of his learning how to make financing decision, the most favourable sources that will sustain various phrases of his
business, including investing decision, that will bring back
obligation and remain in business is quite interesting and commendable.
He, however, appealed to SMEDAN to help the participants to secure the
loan they all applied for to grow their business and contribute to the
economy of the country.

Baba Yusuf,

Nyanya Gwandara,

Karu LGA, Nasarawa state

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