He added: “We have just had a meeting with Ambassadors who have come to our state to discuss myriads of business opportunities and explore their potentials as regards the need to strengthen bilateral relationship.
“This President is laying a foundation of fundamental changes that we have never known in the history of this country. I think the current President is in the right way if we look at the economy recovery and growth plan.
The NACCIMA said: “This revolution unfolding before our eyes must be explored, hence the association is concluding partnership arrangements with the International Institute for tropical Agriculture (IITA).”
On the strength of the achievements recorded in agriculture in the country since the ruling government came to power in 2015, the minister of agriculture and rural development, Chief Audu Ogbeh seemed not to be surprised of the president’s recent victory...
For one, Africa’s population is growing fast, requiring the production of enough food to feed the growing population. The snag, however, is that Nigerian soil and those of other African countries are said to be among the most degraded in the world.
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, says that FG has set to gradually eliminate the use of chemical fertilisers in agriculture in order to ensure the production of healthy foods for the people.