Agriculture

Empowering rural farmers for sustainable development (1) By Michael Adedotun Oke,

Empowering rural farmers for sustainable development (1) By Michael Adedotun Oke Immediate intervention is crucial to address the challenges faced by farmers in areas with inadequate infrastructure such as poor roads, hospitals, schools, and other essential facilities. The neglect of these farmers, who work tirelessly without reaping significant rewards, is unacceptable. In many farming communities, disjointed development and underdevelopment are …

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Nigerians’ plight and urgent need for relief. By Michael Oke

Nigerians’ plight and urgent need for relief The suffering of the average Nigerian citizen has become overwhelming. Many can no longer afford three square meals a day. This dire situation is exacerbated by arbitrary increases in agricultural product prices, severe issues in most farming communities, governmental inaction, and a pervasive lack of hope for resolution. These factors have significantly set …

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Strategies for stress-free economic growth. By Michael Oke

Strategies for stress-free economic growth The economy places a lot of emphasis on ways to alleviate problems, even though working, using resources, and getting results is necessary. The laborious suffering would not have occurred if economic principles and development predictions were fulfilled. However, the persistent pain and the need to constantly find ways to lessen it necessitate urgent intervention and …

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FG Calls on NOPPMAN to Boost Nigeria’s Foreign Exchange with Onion Flakes Production for Exportation. By Shalom A. Oludele, Abuja

FG Calls on NOPPMAN to Boost Nigeria’s Foreign Exchange with Onion Flakes Production for Exportation The Federal Government, through the Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Investment, has called on the National Onion Producers, Processors, and Marketers Association of Nigeria to start producing onion flakes for exportation, to boost the country’s foreign exchange. The Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Amb. Nuru …

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: HAJIYA WADADA CONGRATULATES NWAP, LAUDS THEIR COMMITMENTS TO FOOD SECURITY. By Douglas Ahiaba

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: HAJIYA WADADA CONGRATULATES NWAP, LAUDS THEIR COMMITMENTS TO FOOD SECURITY. The Wife of the Senator representing Nasarawa West Senatorial district who also doubles as the Chairperson, Agriculture Committee of the Tenth Senators Wives forum, Hajiya Zainab Ahmed Aliyu Wadada has Congratulated the Nigerian Wowen for Agricultural Progress,(NWAP) on the Occasion of the International Women’s day Celebration 2024. …

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Farmer Governor Umaru Bago Says Agriculture Is Key In Addressing Insecurity In The North. By Saheed Badmus

Niger State Governor, Farmer Governor Mohammed Umaru Bago has advocated that the only way to addressing insecurity and ensuring sustainable development in the Northern Region is a return to Agriculture. The Farmer Governor stated this at the 10th edition of the Annual Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Lecture held in Borno State and organised by the Sir Ahmad Bello Memorial Foundation …

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FECA seeks urgent intervention over escalating land grabbers’ activities. By Binta Haruna

FECA seeks urgent intervention over escalating land grabbers’ activities   The Federal College of Agriculture, Akure, has called for intervention towards the alarming criminal activities orchestrated by land grabbers, posing a significant threat to the lives of staff and students of the institution. The College’s Provost, Dr Albert Akinyemi Fadiyimu, briefed the press at the College’s International Training Centre, revealing …

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