Who We Are
Green Francis Limited is a multifaceted company with businesses in growth oriented markets of the Nigeria economy.
We operate businesses in the Agriculture, Food and Metal Fabrication sector of the economy. Our business benefit from prudent and disciplined resource allocation to carry on day to day activities.
Francis and Peter Osayomi are blood brothers with shared passion for innovation and technical engagements. In 2017, Francis Osayomi started Green Francis in his mind. He discussed the possibility of founding a company (with his brother, Peter Osayomi) that will take into service their passion for innovating. Considering the fact that they are sons of a poor farmer (who practices non-commercial, laborious but viable agriculture with needs for easy means of carrying out farming processes) the proposed company must solve an immediate problem of studied pattern of food insecurity and innovate against the tedious process involved in agriculture at the local communities. In 2016, Francis started with an acre of land, cultivating plantain, banana, pepper, tomatoes and pop-corn. All the sections of the farm except the plantain, banana and pop-corn failed. it returned not even the capital invested. He combined buying of cassava tubers, palm kernels and processing them into garri and palm oil. Peter designed and part-funded the first processing set of machines used; a palm kernel digesting machine and press. In 2017, Peter designed their first to be sold machine; a garri frying machine. The fabrication was contracted out to a local welder who could read the design and subsequently sold to a client in Togo. The beginning of the journey was cloudy! Francis and Peter never gave up and in 2018, Peter bought their first ever welder and grinding machine; a mini welding and grinding machine. In 2019 Green Francis Limited was registered with the corporate affairs commission in accordance with the CAMA laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and has been developing locally fabricated machines through the name; High Level Tech Engineering and processing cassava to starch. Servicing customers from various part of Nigeria