Agricultural Development In Nigeria
Etim writes on the positive developments in Nigeria in the last few weeks, noting that it is refreshing news away from the security challenges in the country.
FarmPower being an Agric-investment platform is leveraging on sustainability of its product by allowing investors to be part of it. It is located in Ogun state.
Officials of the government say save for Nigeria’s spate of insecurity that has affected growth in agriculture, the GDP was bound to grow higher than 5.01%.
The food system in Nigeria is weak and vulnerable to shock, the minister of state for agriculture and rural development, Mustapha Shehuri, admitted on Monday.
A young man, Nana, has caused massive reactions on social media after showcasing the harvest of surplus tubers of yam he got from his small garden at home.
A young Nigerian lady has been praised online after photos of her big harvests surfaced on Facebook. She farms maize, cucumber, tomatoes, among other produces.