Farming System In Nigeria
Laura Tuck, Vice President Sustainable Development and Hafez Ghanem, Vice President Africa Region, World Bank, write on the effects of climate change to African agriculture ahead of the Kigali summit on 5-6 August.
A Nigerian man identified as Oluwaseun Olamilekan Owoseje has discouraged Nigerians from going into the farming business. The man expressed that Nigerians must know that farming is not profitable.
The German government, with support from the Bill and Mellinda Gates Foundation, has provided two million Euros for implementation of the second phase of the Competitive African Rice Initiative (CARI) in the country.
Godwin Emefiele who is the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN) has identified poverty and unemployment as the country's major problem.
The young farmer in a post shared on social media expressed that the harsh conditions of job seeking should be enough motivation for Nigerian youths to be drawn towards agriculture, but instead many steer away.
Some of the areas been affected by by mance of the kidnappers include parts of Gassol, Ardo-Kola, Bali, Karim-Lamido and Lau local government areas of the state where a number of people were kidnapped.