“The people of Kano, I am aware that yours is business and farming, if you elect me come February 16, I will provide you with a conducive atmosphere for farming and business.
“In addition to that, the government will also provide cold trucks to transport tomatoes from one location to the other.”
“Everyone should be awake and understand the fact that the era of looking for white-colour jobs has passed, so the youths are left to create jobs for themselves.
About 3,000 farmers to benefit from Kano Post-Harvest Hub initiative of an NGO, Pyxera Global YieldWise Nigeria, to reduce post-harvest loss for tomatoes.
Gawuna said the government is aware of numerous challenges rural farmers are facing across the country.
The Vice-Chancellor added that “I have no doubt that universities have important roles to play in helping governments and other stakeholders to implement the noble objectives of the SDGs by sharing their knowledge and experiences.”
Areas such as: Warawa, Minjibir, Bunkure, Wudil, Gaya, Garko, Gabasawa, Kabo, RiminGado and Ajingi.
A lot of farm lands, majority of which are rice plantations, have been washed away by the flood as a result of the heavy downpour being experienced recently.