AFTER TRAINING THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE AND MAKING OVER A HUNDRED MILLIONAIRE FISH FARMERS.
His real name is Israel Adediran, but not many people know him by that name. However, when you say Mr. Fish, it echoes far and wide in the nation’s fish improvement and production terrain. This is a result of Mr. Fish’s revolutionary work in farming for the past thirteen years. His journey into the world of fish farming began in 1993 when, having seen his innovative skills in ornamental fish production, his pastor, Bishop David Oyedepo, advised him to channel his uncommon skill in fish rearing into eatable fish production. He had set up a successful aquarium business, which he called Spectrum Aquatics, using natural life plants. Following his pastor wise guidance, that producing fish for foods was more needed and would therefore be more profitable than decorative fish, since Nigerians needed food more than beauty; Mr. Fish decided to switch gear.