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“Fishery and aquaculture business is lucrative, as the state government has recorded lots of milestone in the business."
The Minister of Agriculture, Mr Audu Ogbeh, says importers are the greatest wreckers of Nigeria’s efforts to promote patronage of locally produced products.
This goes a long way to tell you of how prepared the state government is in meeting our farmers’ needs for enhanced productivity,”
“We are pained because despite our contact numbers submitted in our forms, nobody cared to inform us about the status of our applications,”
“We can only prepare for the rainy season in the early month of January till March before the rains arrive, it is our challenge but we hope we will overcome it,’’
According to NiMet, many parts of the country experience dry spell/drought periodically.
”We know that sugar is enjoyed by millions of Nigerian families every day, so this is just one of the many initiatives that we have put in place to assure them of our commitment to quality and safe food for all.”
Prince Wale Oyekoya, Managing Director, Bama Farms Ltd, calls on President Muhammadu Buhari to enhance Agricultural development and food security.
Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, has applauded the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) for its impressive control of food and drugs.
“The government of Japan is committed to supporting Nigerian and international efforts to ensure that people in need of food in the North-East do not go hungry.”