Oxford International Group Nigeria Investment Review (2021) – Legit or Scam?

Oxford Group Nigeria Reviews: AgroVest Green Farm, BuildVest Real Estate Investment e.t.c

There are lots of genuine registered investment programs, platforms and vehicles in Nigeria as at today but many of them (like fixed deposit, stocks, bonds and online platforms) only yield very little returns.

Meanwhile there are also some other investment platforms that claim to yield very high profits but those ones tend to either be scams or ponzi schemes.

Only very few of the genuine investment companies yield reasonably good returns and are therefore worth investing in.

Among these genuine ones is Oxford International Group Nigeria/Africa.


Oxford Group Nigeria is currently the second highest paying investment in Nigeria as of today, second only to the network marketing company called MoneyMaker.ng which is the highest paying MLM program in Nigeria right now.

Oxford Group of companies Nigeria is the Nigerian arm of the Oxford International Group Africa company, an Africa-wide conglomerate of diverse groups of companies and holdings mostly in the real estate and agricultural sector.

They have lots of large mechanized farms and large estates all over Nigeria and anyone can invest in them and get a high percentage of returns after some months.

In this article we will take a detailed look at this investment company Oxford Group Nigeria, review its performance including the pros and cons and explain all you need to know about it, whether it is a good investment for you and how you can invest if you wish to.

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Who is Oxford International Group Nigeria (or Oxford International Group Africa or Oxford Group of Companies)?

As mentioned earlier, Oxford International Group of Companies is a large conglomerate of various companies who own several large agricultural farms, real estate developments and buildings spread across Africa.

The conglomerate is made up of 19 member companies and 39 subsidiaries which include a Microfinance Bank (Safegate) and a Filling station amongst several other varied and profitable business ventures like finance, construction, dredging, consulting, fashion etc.

Oxford International Group has won several awards as one of the most diversified and fastest growing commercial business empires in Nigeria and in 2020 they won the award for the Fastest Growing Nigerian Company of the Year.

The company’s headquarters is located in Nigeria and their Nigerian activities come under the umbrella of Oxford Group Nigeria which is their parent company.

Other subsidiaries include brands like Oxford Froxxmond, Oxford Montero Homes, Oxford Gold and many others.

 

Who is the CEO of Oxford International Group of Companies?

The CEO of Oxford Group of companies is Dr. Teni Adesanya, a Nigerian real estate mogul, entrepreneur, business coach and philanthropist who was born in Lagos but hails from Itele, Ijebu-East L.G.A of Ogun State. He is also the founder of TENI AFRICA FOUDATION and was recognized as one of Nigeria’s Top 10 CEO’s in 2018 by Top 10 Magazine.

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Dr. Teni Adesanya, CEO of Oxford Group

He is a seasoned Business man with vast experience in finance, investment, insurance and real estate management and heads a team of brilliant executives who have led the company to see rapid growth and expansion in just a few years.

He holds a B.Sc. in Micro Biology from the Lagos State University, a master’s degree in Real Estate management and was conferred with an honorary doctorate degree in Property management and estate management from the European Wealth of Dominica.

 

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Is Oxford International Group Registered?

Yes. Oxford International Group Nigeria is registered with the corporate affairs commission (CAC) of Nigeria with registration number RC 1376384 and they are therefore legally allowed to do business in Nigeria. Not just their main company that is registered but many of their subsidiaries are also registered as separate entities from the parent body so there are multiple reasons to feel safe and assured that Oxford International Group is a reputable company because they are well recognized by the Nigerian government and regulators. Even the EFCC has issued them with a certificate showing that they are being regulated by them.

In addition, they are not only just registered with the CAC and regulated by EFCC SCUML but they have also gone a step further to insure all investors funds with Leadway Assurance a foremost insurance company.

What this insurance means is that in the event that anything happens to their farm or real estate property, investors will not lose their money so you should have no fear in investing with them because should anything happen to the company, you will always get your money back.

That’s a guarantee although it is very unlikely that anything will happen to the company that will shake it because it has built a formidable foundation of numerous business interests which are all profitable and provide a large buffer that helps to stabilize the company against excess risk and uncertainty.

 

Overview of Oxford International Group Investment Plans: How it Works and How You Get Paid

One great thing about the Oxford Group is that they allow the general public to partake as investors in some of their new or ongoing projects.

With Oxford group, you can invest either in their farms or in their real estate properties and after an agreed period, you are paid both your capital and an interest on top.

This business model is known as “crowd funding” and has recently become a new way for people to participate in businesses like farming, real estate etc without having to physically do the work or even leave their houses.

Some of the Oxford investment packages will pay you your profit upfront immediately you invest while your original capital is returned to you at the end of the stipulated investment period. This is something that has never been done by any investment company before and is just one of the many reasons why Oxford Group is better than most other investments.

Most of the Oxford investment packages start at a minimum of N100,000 and you are the one to decide how much you want to invest. There is literally no maximum limit as long as the amount is N100,000 or more.


Usually when you invest into any package, you will be given a post-dated cheque for the promised amount that you are meant to cash at the end of the investment period. A post dated cheque is a type of cheque that can only be cashed on or after a certain date in the future. You will also be given a Deed of Agreement as proof of your investment. This deed is a legally binding contract that can be used in a court as proof of your investment in the event that the company defaults.

Using the post-dated cheque payment method also ensures that you will get your payment as and when due because when the date comes and the cheque becomes active, all you have to do is to go to the bank to cash it. You don’t need to wait for the company to process your payment. You simply walk to the bank and cash the cheque for the correct amount that you are meant to be paid.

When you go to cash a cheque in the bank, the bank will usually pay the amount of the cheque into your account. Most banks will allow you to use an ordinary savings account to cash a cheque while some other banks will only allow to use a current account whose account name must match the recipient/bearer’s name written on the cheque.

If you don’t have a current account no worries though because it is very easy to open one in most banks and usually costs nothing although you might be asked to deposit a little amount like N5,000 to activate the account. After activation, you can then withdraw that little amount you paid in, leaving you with a brand new current account. With this current account you can cash your post-dated cheque.

Remember that most banks don’t insist on current account and they will pay your cheque into your normal savings account so ask your bank for this information and they should be able to tell you how to cash your cheque.

The greatest benefit of this post-dated cheque is that it provides a guarantee that you will always get your money when the date is due. This, together with the deed of agreement is a double guarantee that your investment is safe and secure.

In the unlikely event that the cheque bounces i.e is not accepted by the bank, CBN authorizes the bank to sanction the company that issued the cheque and compel them to honour the cheque by providing you with the funds.

But we have never heard of Oxford cheque bouncing. Usually cashing of the Oxford cheque is a very smooth ride with no delays and no stories.

Following are more details about the current investment plans and how you can invest.

 


Available Investment Plans of Oxford Group Nigeria

The most popular Investment Plans available from Oxford International Group at the moment fall under two categories:

  1. Farms
  2. Real Estate

 

1. Farms (Oxford Green Farm Agricultural Investment)

Also known as Agro Vest. There are two packages under farms these are:

  • Pepper farm (you earn 29% profit in 12 months)
  • Ginger farm (you earn 35% profit in 14 months)

 

2. Real Estate Investment

Under real estate investments, there are also two packages which are:

  • BuildVest (you earn 29.5% profit in 12 months)
  • MortgageVest (you earn 45% profit in 16 months)

Following are more details about each of the four packages:

 

  1. Farms (Oxford Green Farm Agricultural Investment) (Agro Vest)

The current Oxford green Farms are located in Ajaka Isale, Ayetoro Ogun State, Nigeria and the available crops being planted are Pepper and Ginger. This is done all year round. There are also other Oxford Green Farms in Agbeloba Loko, Ogun state and other locations dotted across the country.

Under this investment package, there are two crops being farmed: Pepper and Ginger.

You can invest in anyone of the two (either the pepper farm or the ginger farm)

 

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  1. a) Pepper Farm Investment (29% Profit in 12 Months):

29% ROI in 12 Months. This means that the profit you make from this investment in 12 months is 29% so if, for example, you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 2.9 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N290,000 profit.  The minimum (i.e the least) you can invest is N100,000 (One hundred thousand naira).

You can request for your profit to be paid to you upfront (as soon as you invest) and it will be paid to your account while the capital will be returned to you after 12 months.

Note that there is a 7.5% deduction from your profit (not from the capital) to cover for legal and processing fees so the actual profit you get will be slightly lower than the figure mentioned above. The same goes for all the other investment plans mentioned here.

How to Invest: To invest in this package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their agents or affiliates. There is a company who is an accredited affiliate agent that most people now use instead of going physically to their office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam. Click here for how to invest through them.

 

  1. b) Ginger Farm Investment (35% Profit in 14 Months)

Ginger is a plant that is in very high demand mostly because of its health benefits and as a cooking ingredient. The Ginger farm investment from Oxford International pays investors 35% of their capital in 14 months.

Just like the pepper investment, you can also request to be paid your 35% profit upfront as soon as you join while your capital is returned after 14 months.


As an example, if you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 3.5 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N350,000 profit.

How to Invest: To invest in this Ginger Farm package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their agents or affiliates. There is a company who is a popular affiliate agent that most people now use instead of going physically to the Oxford office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam. Click here for how to invest through them.

 

  1. Real Estate (BuildVest and MortgageVest)

Just as they have several farms into which people can invest, Oxford Group Nigeria also has several buildings and real estate projects into which people can also invest to yield a profit at the end of the investment duration.

They have over 36 Estate locations in Nigeria (Lagos, Ogun, Osun, Oyo, Abuja, Port-harcourt, Owerri, Enugu, and Asaba) and offer various services from Land sales to Real Estate consulting as well as buildin and managing properties.

There are two packages under the real estate aspect of the Oxford investments. These are called Build Vest and Mortgage Vest.

 

    2. a) Oxford BuildVest Real Estate Investment (29.5% Profit in 12 Months)

Investing in Oxford BuildVest Real Estate package will yield you 29.5% in 12 Months so if, for example, you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 2.95 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N295,000.  The minimum (i.e the least) you can invest is N100,000 (One hundred thousand naira).

You can request for your profit to be paid to you upfront (as soon as you join) and the capital will be returned to you after 12 months.

How to Invest: To invest in this package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their accredited agents or affiliates online or offline.

There is a company who is one of their most popular online affiliate agents which most people now use instead of going physically to the Oxford office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam so in a way it’s even better to invest through them than to go physically to Oxford office especially if the physical office is very far from you. Click here for how to invest through this affiliate agent.

Note: On other websites you may see different rates than those given above for the same or similar plans, that’s because the Oxford company sometimes does promotions especially when they have a new project coming up. But the above figures are the current prices and profits at the moment of writing.

To get the current plans and available investments visit the following link => https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing

 

     2. b) Oxford MortgageVest (45% profit in 16 months)

MortgageVest is an investment where the invested funds are used to build low cost estates all over the country. This package is one of the best and most popular packages from Oxford International Group.

In MortgageVest, you are paid 45% profit on investments after 16 months. For example if you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 4.5 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N450,000 profit.

As with the other packages, you can opt to have your profit paid to you up front immediately after you invest.

The MortgageVest plan is unique compared to the others because it also offers you the option to either receive back your capital at the end of the investment period of 16 months or to convert it to shares in Oxford real estate company where you will be paid dividends continuously for the life of the company instead.

How to Invest: To invest in MortgageVest package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of the Oxford offices or you can register through any of their agents or affiliates.


There is a company who is one of their most popular online affiliate agents which most people now use instead of going physically to the Oxford office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam so in a way it’s even better to invest through them than to go physically to Oxford office especially if the physical office is very far from you. Click here for how to invest through this affiliate agent.

 

Other Investment Plans: Oxford Oil Vest, etc

Oxford International Group also has some other investment plans although they are not as popular as the ones already mentioned here but they are also worth mentioning and you can do more research to find out more about them.

The most prominent of these other plans is Oxford Oil Vest.

Oxford Oil Vest is meant for people who already have an active investment plan with Oxford and want their profit to be automatically reinvested in another program for even greater yield.

 

Like to Invest in Oxford? Got Questions?

If you will like to invest in Oxford, click or visit the following link: https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing

If you are not ready yet you can join the telegram channel at https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/telegramchannel to get more info.

You can also subscribe to the OXFORD associate email list for updates at https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/sub

For questions, contact a verified agent using the details given at https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/contactaff

 

About Oxford International Group Recruitment and Jobs in Nigeria

Most of the oxford international group jobs or recruitment that you may come across are usually from their agents, marketers or affiliates who recruit sub-marketers and share their percentage commissions with them.

Oxford Group Nigeria Recruitment: The company itself does not recruit frequently but once in a while there are job openings and they employ new staff especially when they are setting up a new branch or subsidiary. (Click here to subscribe with your email to be informed of whenever they are recruiting.)

In terms of remuneration, Oxford Group Nigeria salary is very competitive but what really stands it out is the ability to earn extra commissions based on performance. This applies mostly to direct employees of the company.

But if the recruitment is being performed by an agent or affiliate of the company and not directly by the company, what the agent normally does is to split their own commission with the person that is being hired, this means that there won’t be a fixed regular salary, rather the remuneration would be based solely on commission.

Such commission based arrangements are usually also not that bad because the commissions that Oxford Group International pays staff and agents per client they bring in is usually quite generous.

Oftentimes, even real staff and team leaders of the company go out on their own to hire ad-hoc marketers who they pay on commission basis to market the company’s investment packages while sharing the commissions with them.

 

How to Work for Oxford International (Recruitment)

If you have an interest in working for the company, there are at least two options open to you (none of which is guaranteed but they will drastically improve the probability that you will get hired to work for Oxford International or Oxford Group Nigeria).

The first option is to keep a lookout online for adverts and notices from the company. What you should be clear on, though, is that most of the Oxford International recruitment adverts you will find online are usually the agents who are looking for marketers to employ on a commission basis and split the commissions with them.


Such vacancy adverts are usually posted on social media websites and blogs like facebook, instagram, blogspot or on open advertising websites like Jiji, Latest Nigerian Jobs and so on. Some of these agents could be generous with their commissions while some may be greedy with theirs so it is up to you to decide if the percentage commission that you are being offered is worth the effort that the job will require.

If you will like to be notified of new job openings in Oxford Group Nigeria and other great companies, you can subscribe to job alerts at the following link: => https://latestnigerianjobs.com/subscribe

The other option you may chose to follow if you wish to work for Oxford International Group is to send them an unsolicited application letter through their email address given on the official website.

In your application letter, let them know that you will like to become one of their marketers and describe whatever marketing skills or experience that you have and what kind of results you believe that you can deliver for the company.

Although there is no guarantee that you will get a response, the goal is to catch the attention of the company because it is a very dynamic and forward-thinking company and they are always on the lookout for anyone or anything that can help their company grow fast and spread wide.

They have a very strong growth ideology and if you are lucky enough to convince them through your unsolicited application that you can promote and market their products very well you might just get lucky and be invited for an interview.

We personally know of three people who got employed by companies that way although not all of them happened in Oxford Group but it’s a strategy worth pursuing if you are really desperate about working for Oxford Group Nigeria.

It is also worthy of note that there are widespread (unconfirmed) rumours that the company does not advertise for vacancies because they usually hire new full time direct staff based on the recommendations of existing staff of the company.

In other words, it is generally suspected that new employees are usually recommended by already existing employees and never through public adverts so if you know of anyone who works for the company already, they just might be able to recommend you for a job should any opening arise, especially if you are a good marketer.

 

Oxford Agrovest vs Oxford Green Farms Investment: Any Difference?

Here is something that confuses a lot of people: The Oxford Agrovest investment package is it the same as the one they call Oxford Green Farms investment, if not the same then what is the difference?

Actually Oxford Agrovest and Oxford Green Farms are one and the same package but having different branding.

The Oxford Green Farm is the actual name of the group of farm projects owned by Oxford Group, the most notable of which is located at Agbeloba Loko community in Ogun state.

The name “Agrovest” on the other hand is the brand name of the investment package that allows you to invest in the Oxford Green Farm. So as you can see, while Oxford Green Farms is the name of the actual farm, Agrovest is the name of the investment plan that is tied to the farm.

It is important to note that both of these brand names have their own online platforms through which you can invest directly. The main difference with these two platforms is that Agrovest appears to be newer and the platform has numerous options though all tied into the Green Farm investment.

 

Where is Oxford Green Farm Nigeria Located?

Oxford Green Farms is the name of a group of very large mechanized farms owned by Oxford International Group. They are comprised of separate farms located in various parts of Nigeria with plans to spread to other African countries in the future.

The most notable and popular of the Oxford Green Farms is located at Agbeloba Loko in Ogun state while some other locations are Ajaka Isale, Ayetoro Ogun State, Iyemero, itapaji, Ikole Ekiti LGA Ekiti state amongst others all over Nigeria.

 

Are Agropartnerships Like Agrovest Oxford Safe to Invest In?

An agropartnership is a business model where people pool their funds into an investment that is used to build and run farms and perform other agricultural related businesses.

Farming can be a very lucrative business but comes with a significant amount of risk factors from pests to bad weather to poor yields, low off-take of harvested produce and human factors (peculiar to Nigeria) like criminality, herdsmen/farmers clashes and so on.

There are many factors that can make or break a farm venture especially in an uncertain country like Nigeria therefore before investing in any agropartnership or crowdfunded farm, do a lot of research about the company behind it.

Not all Agropartnerships and crowdfunded agricultural investments are run by experienced people but a company like Oxford Agrovest is one of the more stable and experienced companies operating in this space.

So to answer the question, not all agropartnerships are safe to join but Oxford Agrovest is one of the ones that are safe to join so we actually encourage anyone interested in such investments to go for Oxford Agrovest but to be wary of other platforms no matter how glossy, shiny or enticing their apps, adverts and offers may look.

 

Oxford Group Nigeria Reviews

You can find reviews and testimonies of the investors in Oxford Group Nigeria business all over the internet. Hundreds of reviews about the program have also been written on social media and even YouTube where video testimonies abound.

For our company too we have been investing with them for the past year and there has never been a hitch in payment. They pay you what they say they will pay you exactly when they say they will. No stories whatsoever.

We have even visited the Agbeloba Loko farm of the Agrovest and Green Farm packages and what we beheld was extremely impressive. The company and staff are very professional and also knowledgeable about the crops being grown. The farm is large, highly mechanized and very well run by professional staff.

Some of the crops grown there include pepper and medicinal plants like ginger and turmeric which are always in high demand making it easier for the company to sell the produce fast so as to make profits and meet up with their promises to investors.

 

Oxford Agrovest Review

So far, the most popular Oxford investment program with the best reviews is the Oxford Agrovest program. Here is a brief review and overview:

As briefly described earlier on, Oxford Agrovest is a platform owned by Oxford Group and it allows investors to invest directly into specific crops grown on the Oxford Green Farms project.

The current available packages under Agrovest are:

  1. Pepper farm (you earn 29% profit in 12 months), minimum investment amount is N100,000. Profit can be paid to you upfront if you wish.
  2. Ginger farm (you earn 35% profit in 14 months), minimum investment amount is N100,000. Profit can be paid to you upfront if you wish.

Most importantly, it has been observed (and confirmed by us) that Oxford Agrovest has never defaulted on any payments to investors. This is the aspect that has really caused the platform to become more popular in recent times.

Many similar agropartnerships who are competitors to Agrovest have seen a raft of late payments to investors and delayed cashouts especially during the months following the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and attendant lockdowns.

Many of these platforms have blamed (and continue to blame) the pandemic while some have also said that the issue is from the off-takers i.e the people who are supposed to buy the harvested produce. They claim that the off-takers have refused to make payment for delivered produce citing same challenge of COVID-19 which the off-takes say has led to very low demand.

With all these challenges of Agro investment platforms and startups, it is quite heartwarming to note that these problems did not affect Oxford Agrovest in the least because they have solid risk management strategies.

During and after the COVID-19 lockdown, Oxford Agrovest and the Oxford International Group in general never defaulted or delayed investors’ payments not even with a single day.

Therefore, to sum up this brief Oxford Agrovest Review, one can surmise that the investment is a legit and reputable one where all promises of payment are kept and where you will get the percentage profit promised and delivered to you as and when due.

For how to invest in Agrovest click here

 

Like to Invest in Oxford? Got Questions?

If you will like to invest in Oxford, click or visit the following link: https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing

If you are not ready yet you can join the telegram channel at https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/telegramchannel to get more info.

You can also subscribe to the OXFORD associate email list for updates at https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/sub

For questions, contact a verified agent using the details given at https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/contactaff

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Oxford Group Nigeria (Oxford Group Africa)

Is Agrovest Legit?

Yes Agrovest is legit and not a scam. They are registered and insured and have offices and farms allover Nigeria and they always pay investors as and when due.

 

Will Oxford Agrovest Investment Crash?

From the way the company has been performing for years now and is still performing at the moment, Oxford Agrovest Investment appears very stable and quite unlikely to crash anytime soon if at all.

They have a solid business model and risk management policy such that even during the COVID-19 pandemic when many agric investment platforms couldn’t pay their investors, Agrovest was able to continue paying all their investors without any delays or stories.


This goes to show that the investment platform will not crash soon because it’s not a ponzi scheme and also not like the so called “new retail” e-commerce platforms (CHY Mall, Highlife, Jiuhejiu Mall etc) that don’t have a transparent and verifiable business model.

 

Is Oxford Agro Investment Legit?

Yes Oxford Agro Investment is very very Legit and real. They are registered with (and regulated by) the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) of Nigeria and EFCC and they always pay investors on time. They are owned by Oxford International Group Africa, a reputable group of companies.

They have a strong and verifiable business model that ensures that they are able to deliver on the promises made to investors therefore it has been confirmed that they are a fully legitimate company and you should not be afraid to do business with them or their verified Agents and affiliates. To contact a verified affiliate that you can register through, visit this link => https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing/

 

About the Oxford Agbeloba Loko Green Farm Project (Agbeloba farm)

The Oxford Green Farms Project is a series of farms spread over several hectares of farmland in various locations in Nigeria and owned by Oxford International Group.

The most notable of the Oxford Green Farms is located at Agbeloba Loko community in Ogun state. This large expanse of farmland has been developed in phases denoted as 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 and so on.

With every new development and every new planting season, the Oxford Group Nigeria opens up access to the public to invest in these farms. Generally, the developments start with a promo where a higher than normal percentage profit is offered for a limited period to early investors.

After the end of the promo, the expected profit is then reduced by some percentage points. This is the major reason why, when you search on Google you would find different and seemingly conflicting profit percentages being promised.

Many of these are due to the promos so it is important for you to confirm the actual percentage that you are expected to receive and how long it will take before going ahead to invest.

Also not all these online adverts are genuine so it is of utmost importance that you do your due research before investing through any of these online agents

If you cannot go to the company’s office directly, there is one reputable company online through which you can register. Most people who invest in Oxford nowadays always use this company because they are reliable, efficient and very transparent and honest so they don’t even bother going to the Oxford office.

If you are thinking of investing you can click here for more details on how to register through this affiliate company instead of wasting time going physically to their offices.

 

Which One is Oxford Green Farm Investment Nigeria?

As already mentioned previously, Oxford Green Farms is the brand name of a series of farms owned by Oxford International Group into which you can invest and receive profits after a given period of time. On these farms, crops like Ginger, Pepper and Turmeric are farmed all year round and the profits are shared with investors after harvest.

 

Who owns Oxford International Group Nigeria?

As also earlier mentioned, the owner, chairman and CEO of Oxford International Group of Companies is Dr. Teniola Adesanya who is a Nigerian Real Estate mogul, Entrepreneur, Business Coach and Philanthropist.

He is the Chairman of OXFORD GROUP NIGERIA, and Founder of TENI AFRICA FOUDATION. He was recognized as one of Nigeria’s Top 10 CEO’s in 2018 by the Top 10 Magazine.

Oxford CEO Dr. Teni Adesanya with popular musician Teni the Entertainer

Teni (as he is fondly called) was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He hails from Itele, Ijebu-East L.G.A of Ogun State. He is a seasoned Business man with vast experience in Finance, Investment, Insurance, and Real Estate management.

He has a B.Sc. in Micro Biology from the Lagos State University, a master’s degree in Real Estate management and was conferred with an honorary doctorate degree in Property management and estate management from the European Wealth of Dominica.

 

What is Oxford Froxxmont Group?

Oxford Froxxmont Group is a subsidiary of the Oxford International Group which was formed by a merging of two of its key subsidiaries. This newly birthed entity is now the custodian and main driver of the investment packages of the two Oxford Group subsidiaries that were merged.

So whether you see Oxford Froxxmont or Oxford International Group just know that they are all one and the same company.

 

What about Oxford Froxxir?

Oxford Froxxir is also one of the subsidiaries of Oxford International Group, whether you invest through them or through any other subsidiary they are all the same as long as you are dealing with a staff or affiliate. To contact a verified affiliate for investment in oxford, visit this link => https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing

 

Is Oxford International Group Investment (Oxford Group Nigeria Investment) Legit?

Although we have answered this question a couple of times earlier, it is worth repeating (for those who may still have doubts) that the Oxford Group of Companies and all their investment platforms are legit and real.

They have offices all over Nigeria so you can even go to their office to verify their genuineness and legitimacy for yourself. Also we know of many people who have joined and were paid at the correct time, even some of our staff have joined and were paid as and when due. We have also verified their authenticity with CAC and all relevant agencies and have also gone to inspect some of their farms and property.

 

Where is Oxford International Group Address Located?

Oxford International Group of Companies has its headquarters at 21B Rhine Street, off IBB Boulevard, adjacent to Thailand Embassy Maltama, Abuja. Its agos head office  major offices on Lagos Mainland in Egbeda at the following address: House 9, B Close, 113 Road, Gowon Estate, Egbeda, Lagos, Nigeria. The company also has another office on Lagos Island at 30b Oyinbo Adjarho Street, Off Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria.

In addition to these offices, the Oxford Group of companies and its subsidiaries also have more offices in Lagos and branches spread across Nigeria in Lagos, Asaba, Ilorin, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Benin City, Maitama Abuja and a couple of others.

This does not include their numerous farms and real estate developments scattered all over the country.

 

Some of the Subsidiaries of Oxford International Group of Companies

Oxford International is a conglomerate of various subsidiaries and sub-companies each with its own identity and branding but all operating under the umbrella of the Group of Companies.

Some of these subsidiaries you may or may not have heard of already but here they are:

Safegate Microfinance Bank, Oxford filling Station, Oxford Montero Homes, Oxford Partners Consulting Services, Oxford Westville Estate, Oxford Calculations and Computation, Oxford Pace, Oxford Commercial Services, Oxford Properties and Landscaping, Oxford Froxxir, Oxford Zeal, Oxford Sunstone, Bleu Orange Oxford, Oxford Gold Integrated, Oxford Peak Leverage, Crystgold Logistics, The Capital Companion and many others.

Some Oxford Group Subsidiary Companies

 

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Oxford farm investment vs Oxford Real Estate and Facility Management Investment: Which One is Better?

It depends on what you are really after and what your investment plan or strategy calls for.

Deciding which investment plan is better depends on what you are really after and what your investment plan or strategy calls for. If you are willing to be patient for a few extra months, you will make higher returns in the farm investment.

Here are the main details of each plan so you can check through to compare and pick the one that’s right for you:

 

  1. Farms (Oxford Green Farm Agricultural Investment) (Agro Vest)

The current Oxford green Farms are located in Ajaka Isale, Ayetoro Ogun State, Nigeria and the available crops being planted are Pepper and Ginger. This is done all year round. There are also other Oxford Green Farms in Agbeloba Loko, Ogun state and other locations dotted across the country.

Under this investment package, there are two crops being farmed: Pepper and Ginger.

You can invest in anyone of the two (either the pepper farm or the ginger farm)

 

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  1. a) Pepper Farm Investment (29% Profit in 12 Months):

29% ROI in 12 Months. This means that the profit you make from this investment in 12 months is 29% so if, for example, you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 2.9 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N290,000 profit.  The minimum (i.e the least) you can invest is N100,000 (One hundred thousand naira).

You can request for your profit to be paid to you upfront (as soon as you invest) and it will be paid to your account while the capital will be returned to you after 12 months.


Note that there is a 7.5% deduction from your profit (not from the capital) to cover for legal and processing fees so the actual profit you get will be slightly lower than the figure mentioned above. The same goes for all the other investment plans mentioned here.

How to Invest: To invest in this package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their agents or affiliates. There is a company who is an accredited affiliate agent that most people now use instead of going physically to their office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam. Click here for how to invest through them.

 

  1. b) Ginger Farm Investment (35% Profit in 14 Months)

Ginger is a plant that is in very high demand mostly because of its health benefits and as a cooking ingredient. The Ginger farm investment from Oxford International pays investors 35% of their capital in 14 months.

Just like the pepper investment, you can also request to be paid your 35% profit upfront as soon as you join while your capital is returned after 14 months.

As an example, if you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 3.5 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N350,000 profit.

How to Invest: To invest in this Ginger Farm package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their agents or affiliates. There is a company who is a popular affiliate agent that most people now use instead of going physically to the Oxford office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam. Click here for how to invest through them.

 

  1. Real Estate (BuildVest and MortgageVest)

Just as they have several farms into which people can invest, Oxford Group Nigeria also has several buildings and real estate projects into which people can also invest to yield a profit at the end of the investment duration.

They have over 36 Estate locations in Nigeria (Lagos, Ogun, Osun, Oyo, Abuja, Port-harcourt, Owerri, Enugu, and Asaba) and offer various services from Land sales to Real Estate consulting as well as buildin and managing properties.

There are two packages under the real estate aspect of the Oxford investments. These are called Build Vest and Mortgage Vest.

 

    2. a) Oxford BuildVest Real Estate Investment (29.5% Profit in 12 Months)

Investing in Oxford BuildVest Real Estate package will yield you 29.5% in 12 Months so if, for example, you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 2.95 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N295,000.  The minimum (i.e the least) you can invest is N100,000 (One hundred thousand naira).

You can request for your profit to be paid to you upfront (as soon as you join) and the capital will be returned to you after 12 months.

How to Invest: To invest in this package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their accredited agents or affiliates online or offline.

There is a company who is one of their most popular online affiliate agents which most people now use instead of going physically to the Oxford office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam so in a way it’s even better to invest through them than to go physically to Oxford office especially if the physical office is very far from you. Click here for how to invest through this affiliate agent.

 

     2. b) Oxford MortgageVest (45% profit in 16 months)

MortgageVest is an investment where the invested funds are used to build low cost estates all over the country. This package is one of the best and most popular packages from Oxford International Group.

In MortgageVest, you are paid 45% profit on investments after 16 months. For example if you invest N10 Million naira then you will make 4.5 Million Naira profit; also investing One Million naira will give you N450,000 profit.

As with the other packages, you can opt to have your 45% profit paid to you up front immediately after you invest (will be paid within a week).

The MortgageVest plan is unique compared to the others because it also offers you the option to either receive back your capital at the end of the investment period of 16 months or to convert it to shares in Oxford real estate company where you will be paid dividends continuously for the life of the company instead.

How to Invest: To invest in MortgageVest package, the minimum is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). You can go directly to any of the Oxford offices or you can register through any of their agents or affiliates.

There is a company who is one of their most popular online affiliate agents which most people now use instead of going physically to the Oxford office because it’s more convenient and no fear of scam so in a way it’s even better to invest through them than to go physically to Oxford office especially if the physical office is very far from you. Click here for how to invest through this affiliate agent.

Note: On other websites you may see different rates than those given above for the same or similar plans, that’s because the Oxford company sometimes does promotions especially when they have a new project coming up. But the above figures are the current prices and profits at the moment of writing.

To get the current plans and available investments visit the following link => https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing

 

What is Oxford Green Investment?

Oxford Green Investment is the same as the Oxford Green Farm and Oxford Agrovest investment where you can invest a minimum of N100,000 and above in a farm and earn a percentage profit at the end of the investment period.

Read this article from the beginning again or skip to the end of the article to learn more about the Oxford Green farm available investment packages and how you can invest. Or click here for a brief summary.

 

What is Agrovest International?

Agrovest international is a platform through which anyone can invest in a farm and get paid a profit at the end of the agreed period. It is an interesting and unique way for people to get involved in farming without having to do the actual farming themselves.

The farms are handled by experts and all you have to do is to contribute your investment and then wait patiently for the farm to be planted and harvested which normally takes a few months at the end of which you are paid your profit and capital. Agrovest also now has some new features that make it possible to receive your profits upfront as soon as you join instead of having to wait till the end of the investment duration.

Truly Agrovest International is a great investment that you should definitely consider. To learn more or to invest now, click here

 

What is Agrovest Nigeria?

Agrovest Nigeria is the same as Agrovest International which was described above. It is a platform through which you can invest in farms and get paid a profit at the end of the investment period which normally lasts anywhere between 12 to 16 months. Through Agrovest platform, it is possible to receive your profit upfront as soon as you join. It’s quite interesting and rather wonderful and many people are just discovering the platform and flocking in right now. To learn more or to invest now, click here or visit ==> https://oxfordgroupnigeria.ng4n.com/investing

 

What Is Oxford Gold?

Oxford Gold is a real estate company which is a subsidiary of Oxford International Group. Through Oxford Gold, you can invest in any of the buildings, real estate properties or farms owned by the Oxford Group and get paid some profits or dividends from the yields.

Oxford Gold is the name of one of the subsidiaries of Oxford Group and a great investment vehicle to get good returns within a relatively short time or to diversify your investment portfolio.

Irrespective of the name of the company be it Oxford Gold, Oxford Montero, Oxford Froxxmont etc, they are all subsidiaries under the same Oxford Group of Companies and all the investment plans are the same irrespective of the subsidiary through which you came in from.

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What Is The Gold Place Egbeda?

This is the popular pseudo-name of the office of Oxford Gold in Egbeda Lagos.

 

Pros and Cons of Investing in Oxford Group of Companies

Pros (Advantages and Benefits)

  • Genuine and Legit: The Oxford Group is genuine, legit, registered with CAC, regulated by EFCC and has numerous verified offices and subsidiaries all over Nigeria.
  • Upfront Payment: You receive your profit upfront: For most of the Oxford investment plans, as soon as you invest, you have the choice to ask that they first pay you the profit that is meant to be received on your investment so you don’t need to wait till the end of the investment period to get paid. Only your capital will now be with them and that is what will be returned at the end of the investment duration (which is usually around 12 to 16 months). This is after they have already paid you the expected profit upfront at the beginning of the investment.
  • Proof of investment: When you invest you also receive a legal contract known as a “Deed of Agreement” which serves as a guarantee and legally binding proof of your investment and gives you the power and legal right to sue the company in the event that they default on your payment. This Deed of Agreement is sealed by the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), which is a legal authority for lawyers in Nigeria.
  • Funds are Insured: In addition, your invested funds are insured by Leadway Assurance company so that in case anything happens to the farm or real estate property, you will still be paid your money. This means that there is little or no risk on your investment.
  • Well known CEO: The company CEO is a well known, recognized, highly respected and legitimate Nigerian businessman and visionary. Under his leadership, his company has won several awards of excellence and good conduct. He has also bagged a number of personal awards too and has been listed among Top 10 CEOs of the year amongst others.

 

Cons (Disadvantages)

  1. Duration: Although this is not really a disadvantage, one thing people have noted is that it could take 12 to 16 months for investments to mature. The impatient ones will say this is a long time but the truth is that many similar investments which promise faster returns are the ones defaulting today so 12 to 16 months is a short time as long as there is no or very little risk. Also the returns are one of the highest returns you can get from any legitimate investment program right now at this level of risk (almost zero risk!).

Any investment program in Nigeria that promises a higher return on your investment usually comes with a significantly higher level of risk, one of them being that there is a high probability that it could also be a scam.

Therefore as long as you set your mind to wait for the 12 to 16 months, it can serve as a medium term investment while you continue to seek out other opportunities with faster payout.

It is also now possible to request for your profit to be paid upfront (i.e immediately you join) and then you wait for the duration to end after which your capital will be returned to you so it is even now an advantage and not a disadvantage.

  1. Mode of Payment: This also is not a disadvantage as such because it is very easy to deal with. Also not all payments are made with cheque. The upfront payment of profit is done by direct transfer to your account.

Cashing a cheque is not difficult although it requires you to go to the bank physically to cash it.

Most banks will pay the money from the cheque into any regular savings account bearing the name that the cheque was issued to but a few banks might insist that you must have a current account. All you need to do is just to confirm from your bank if they will pay into savings and if not, it is very easy to open a current account and you can just create one right there and then, you don’t need anything special just fill the necessary form. The bank staff can guide you on this.

 

How to Invest in Oxford International Group (Agrovest and Real Estate):

The most popular Investment Plans available from Oxford International Group at the moment are:

  1. Pepper farm (you earn 29% profit in 12 months). Profit can be paid upfront.
  2. Ginger farm (you earn 35% profit in 14 months). Profit can be paid upfront.
  3. BuildVest (Real Estate) (you earn 29.5% profit in 12 months). Profit can be paid upfront.
  4. MortgageVest (Real Estate) (you earn 45% profit in 16 months). Profit can be paid upfront.

To invest in any of these packages, the lowest amount you can invest is N100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Naira). Any amount above this is acceptable. You can go directly to any of their offices or you can register through any of their verified agents or online affiliates like this one.

The affiliate company mentioned above is now one of Oxford’s most popular online affiliate agents and most people now go through them to invest via online instead of going physically to the Oxford office because they will handle the entire registration process for you which makes it more convenient and no fear of scam so in a way it’s even better to invest through them than to go physically to Oxford office especially if the physical office is far from you. Click here for how to invest through this verified affiliate agent.

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