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Many more hopes come in place as cash crops production rises in 2020

While the nation has seen an increase in the crops production, stakeholders have highlighted the need for the Federal Government to intensify effort to boost local food production. The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development recently inaugurated the exportation of 72 tonnes of yam to the United States and the United Kingdom. That was the …

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Agricultural firm advocates ‘Eterno’ Investment In Cash Crops

An agriculture investment company, Heart and Capital Nigeria Limited, has urged youths, especially the unemployed, to embrace agriculture to be self-employed in a lucrative venture and enrich the nation’s economy. Speaking at the launch of its new agricultural business project called ‘eterno’ in Ilorin, Abdulquawiy Olododo president and co-founder of the organization, said that the …

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Cashew Seed Exportation: Here Lies The Goldmine Opportunity

Cashew seed exportation is a business that has made some Nigerians into instant millionaires. Though cashew has high economic value and gives many millions annually, people from the South-West are still unable to meet high demands for the seed, unlike other states despite the fact that the region has suitable soil and weather for cashew …

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Coronavirus: United Nations Commends Nigeria for curbing COVI-19

The FG Nigeria has described the United Nations commendation of its strategies and precautionary measures to stop the spread of the devastating coronavirus (COVID-19) as a morale booster and praiseworthy development. The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, while addressing a press conference on COVID-19 in New York, commended the Government of Nigeria for the prompt initiation …

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A new report claims there were 10,000 cases of slavery in The United Kingdom in 2019

The total number of suspected modern slavery victims in the UK has reportedly risen to a record high of more than 10,000 – up 52 percent in a year, new figures show. According to a new report, there were about 10,000 cases of modern-day slavery in the United Kingdom last year. In the shocking report first released …

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Partners Call For Policies To Drive Agricultural Exportation

As Nigeria step up move to reposition the agricultural sector towards achieving self-sufficiency in food production and attract investors in the sector, Dr. Abiso Kabir a stakeholder in the agricultural sector has advocated for favorable policies to drive agricultural exportation. Dr. Kabir who announced this on Monday in Abuja while speaking with journalists said the …

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FG Partners Global Fortunes To Establish Agricultural Industrial Parks

Mustapha Shehuri the Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development, has stated that the Federal Government would partner Global Fortunes to establish Agricultural Industrial Parks (AIPs) across the 6-Geopolitical Zones of the country to create jobs and ensure food sufficiency in the Agricultural Value Chain. Shehuri made this disclosure when he received a delegation …

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Set up Structures For Rice Exportation ― Agric Economist says

Mr. Bright Okwu an agricultural economist, has advised the Federal Government to put in place necessary structures to ensure that its desire to export Nigerian rice is attainable. Okwu, the National Coordinator of Africa Farming Projects, a non-governmental organization, advised in an interview with the Ebenews in Lagos on Monday. “For the idea of exporting …

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