Founder, ABROT Integrated Agribusiness Solutions Limited
Abina Rotimi Babatunde is a Mandela Washington Fellow with over nine years of experience in
human capital development, business & entrepreneurship and NGO management. Rotimi holds
a bachelor's degree in Economics and professional certifications in Sustainability Leadership
and Business & Entrepreneurship from the prestigious Rutgers University, New Jersey, United
States of America. He has worked on different projects of the UNDP, IFC and AfDB among
others, with international experience and exposure in the United States of America, United Arab
Emirates, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Gambia, Uganda, Namibia, Ghana and South Africa.
Rotimi is passionate about building human capital through business and entrepreneurship for economic growth and development of Nigeria and Africa at large by leveraging agriculture. He is driven by the potential agriculture holds in ridding Africa of extreme poverty and penury. In commitment to this passion, Rotimi founded ABROT Integrated Agribusiness Solutions Limited, an organization that works on agricultural value chain with an out-grower scheme mobilizing resources for agricultural initiatives.
His vision is see Africa become the food basket of the world by replicating the agribusiness initiatives in every state in Nigeria and Africa with the aims of combating poverty, creating employment opportunities, fostering global food security and reducing food wastage thereby achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). His professional experience covers management, strategic development, research & analysis, supply chain, sustainability leadership, training & development, and agribusiness initiatives & investment.