Farming System In Nigeria
A Nigerian man, Ekpono Chijioke Ugbala, became a source of inspiration for many looking for the next thing to do after school. The man showed off his farm.
According to a statement from presidency, President Muhammadu Buhari is unhappy that large percentage of the land in the country has not been used for farming.
President Muhammadu Buhari has said the focus on agriculture and adoption of the back-to-the-land policy by the federal government has already begun to pay off.
An insider has accused officials of the Taraba state Ministry of Agriculture of diverting farm inputs provided by the government for distribution to farmers.
With the unemployment rate in Nigeria now estimated to be 32.5% in 2021 Q2, many Nigerian graduates are now faced with the option of embracing agriculture.
There is a silent turn by young Nigerian graduates to the farming occupation. And these teeming youths who have taken it as a full time job are succeeding.