Rice Farmers Association Of Nigeria (Rifan)
Nkosinathi Makamela is a 20-year-old farmer from the Eastern Cape who started small but has big dreams. The young man shared his story to inspire young people.
According to the Rice Millers Association of Nigeria, there is a strong possiblity of scarcity of the commodity due to the vandalisation of mills by hoodlums.
The policies of President Muhammadu Buhari's government have now turned Nigeria into a better country, Governor Abubakar Bagudu of Kebbi state has declared.
The 39-year-old Nigerian man who owns the second largest rice farm in the country has revealed why locally-produced rice more expensive than imported rice.
Nigeria may be facing a severe food security crisis due to the destructive activities of bandits who are not only destroying farms but also killing farmers.
Rice farmers in Kebbi state say they may not be able to repay the loan given to them by CBN and state governments due to the flood that destroyed their farms.