John Godson Foundation





Welcome to Pilgrim Ranch Nigeria

Here is a picture update of how work is progressing at the Pilgrim Ranch site in Isuochi.




Boer Goats at Pilgrim Ranch Nigeria



10-06-2017 Pilgrim Ranch is growing!



Crowdfunding campaign: I invite you to become a part of Pilgrim Ranch - by supporting our crowdfunding campaign. What do you get in return?
- Free accommodation in our safari styled houses for you, your friends and family
- Stake in the profit of Pilgrim Ranch
- And much more!


For those interested in becoming part of Pilgrim Ranch and you don't have a PayPal account:


You can buy your stakes directly using our company account and paying the equivalents in naira to:


Afropoland Projects Ltd

Zenith Bank PLC

 Umuahia branch 

Acct Number: 1014366212

Title: Stake in Pilgrim Ranch- Name and Surname



We are passionate about making your experince with Pilgrim Ranch- an unforgettable one. We have started planted hundreds of coconut trees. We want every recreational guest of Pilgrim Ranch to be welcome with fresh coconut juice, in addition to making this Ranch a beatiful one.





I was away from the ranch for two weeks. During this time 6 sows delivered 50 piglets.




13-03-2017: We had the first sow deliver last week and this weekend we concluded the drilling of the borehole.


25-02-2017: The First piggery shed is almost completed and the first batch of pigs arrive and go to work immediately!









18-01-2017: Visit by the king of Isuochi- HRM Eze Dr Godson Ezekwesiri


18-01-2017: Foundation laying ceremony by the governor of Abia State




Today we had the honour of hosting the special adviser to the Governor of Abia State and director general of Abia PPP- Mr Austin Ufomba and the Special Assistant to the Governor of Abia State- Mr Chinedu Nwogu


05-01-2017: Construction of Piggery begins


First batch of goats undergoing quarantine in country of origin 


Construction of First Goat Paddock and shed finished



Construction of first paddock and goat shed in progress





Construction of 4km access road