Agric Business

Rice Seed


Van Assembly



Frozen Fish




Stallion is a people’s company, completely dedicated to its customers, partners and communities around the facilities in West Africa. It has worked in the Sub Saharan region for the past 50 years by developing businesses around agriculture, food, commodities, automobiles, logistics, plastics & packaging, business solution services to name a few. It has invested significantly towards building large-scale local industries in Africa, deploying most recent technologies, generating employment and strongly endorsing the concept of domestic production.


Stallion Empowerment Initiative


Stallion Empowerment Initiative is a philanthropic endeavour of Stallion Group founded by Sahil and Sarina Vaswani in 2019. The initiative was introduced in Nigeria with the intentions to have an overall socio-economic impact across West Africa in the future.


Our CSR initiatives tackle social issues at both local and national level in order to develop scalable, impactful and sustainable social programmes that leave a vision for future generations. SEI is committed to improving the socio-economic conditions of the communities in West Africa that it does business with. Our present key focus is to support and scale education, healthcare & scaling youth empowerment across Nigeria.


Stallion Empowerment Initiative’s first pillars of development has been on education. Sub-Saharan Africa as a region has a rough estimate of 64% illiteracy. This is the highest in the world. It is crucial for Nigeria to set a benchmark as one of the leading economies in Africa to improve the access and opportunities available for young individuals.



SEI supports a clinic and a 50-bed hospital with special wards for female and pediatric health care services in the Aladja region in Warri, Delta State. The community around the hospital is largely rural and socio economically backward. On an average it serves 50 out patients in a day.

Youth Empowerment

SEI outreach in 391 villages and approximately 40,000 rice farmers to support better yield and sustained livelihood in Nigeria. It works through PPP with government’s agriculture objectives to train small scale farmers. The impact is in 12 rice producing states across Nigeria with the best techniques in field planting, seed management, harvesting, drying and threshing.


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