The thing about a brilliant idea ready to revolutionized systems and patterns in a society is that only a handful of minds can fully comprehend the potential of its success at birth. History has made us all understand that most innovative breakthroughs that went on to define enormous social progress were hardly perceived as being great and rarely given the necessary rallying supports at their formative stages. The examples that buttresses the credibility of this premise are numerous and ubiquitous. Facebook, Google, KFCâ€”among others, lends credence here. But who says the narrative cannot change? Who says a brewing initiative with a glorious propensity to motor Nigeria into the mix of industrialization in the near future cannot garner the needed collective strides of the Nigerian populace? Who says it is a general rule for all beautiful ideas to sprout to enviable height before the larger masses recognize its value? Interesting! For it must also be added that for every rule there is an exception. So here is the catch: a cloud of gold dust is about to make entry into the public domainâ€”with a viable creed capable of ushering in a paradigmatic shift. Its strategies for success possess all of what Nigeria need at the moment for accelerated development. And its quest for dynamic change in our society demands urgent attention, and it is one that must not be taken lying down. Ever heard of the Face of Agric Nigeria? Allow me to introduce you to it. The Face of Agric Nigeria is an emerging light ready to be pumped into the blackness of the dark that had long engulf the Nigerian state. It is a heralding initiative with a vision for agricultural development in Nigeria that seeks to do things differently by driving youths' participation in large scale agro-business. A brainchild of Kairos Events and Entertainment, FOANâ€™s objectives are beyond ordinary designs but in line with progressive solutions. It is a uniquely built agritainment reality showâ€”an impressive fusion of agriculture and entertainment to promote social development in the country. The democratizing nature of the reality show gives leverage of participation to Nigerian youths within the age bracket of 18 to 32. While the standout qualities for progression into the rounds leading up to winning the ultimate prizes of the show requires expansive cerebral depth, competency, and a viable ability to grow an agricultural businessâ€”among other imperative factors. The chief prizes and benefits for the reality show are mouth-watering and mind-blowing. The emerging winner will become the face of Agric Nigeria and will take home a brand-new saloon car worth 8million naira. He/she would get an agricultural grant worth 10million naira to start up an agricultural business and would be given the opportunity to learn profitable skills in husbandry and poultry farmingâ€”including benefiting from various agricultural development schemes. FOANâ€™s overall scheme to revolutionize the Nigerian social space with agricultural development initiative can hardly be entirely spelt out on a broadsheetâ€”for it is largely beyond analytical offerings. But the key message it preaches and aims to institutionalize stems from encouraging Nigeriansâ€”especially its youths to engage actively in agricultural growth while enjoying themselves. FOANâ€™s reminder for economic diversification and bellowing admonition for an agricultural revolution is timely. It is one that aims to change the Nigerian narratives for the better. It is one that needs all and sundry on board to drive its objectives pragmaticallyâ€”for this initiative must be picked up and run with.