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2 days ago
Food network and chain specialists have harped on the need to create transformative business ideas that can increase better opportunities for food producers, ease participation for various levels of investors
2 days ago
Researchers and some master bakers have urged bakery and confectionery businesses to experiment and adopt the use of Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato (OFSP) to tame the rising price of bread in Nigeria.
2 days ago
Food vendors and transporters have identified logistics, higher costs of diesel, petrol and poor state of rural roads as some of the factors causing an abnormal rise in prices of food items
3 days ago
The supply of fertiliser has over the years, defied all logics, largely due to lack of adequate local production capacity, insincerity of government and activities of middlemen, which had worsened the miseries of farmers.
3 days ago
Cassava seed producers have raised concerns over their inability to access loans and insurance cover to hedge against risks.
5 Aug
Trains officers on financial management The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) said it has directly invested $459million in Nigeria's Agricultural sector through domestic and international co-financings IFAD Country Director Ms Dede Ekoue disclosed this yesterday in Abuja during a 3-day Financial Management and Procurement Workshop for the Federal government IFAD projects. She disclosed that…
2 Aug
Nigerian farmers and agronomists have expressed concern that widespread insecurity and higher prices of farm inputs in the country are shrinking the number of hectares put to food cultivation
2 Aug
Borno State government has supported 30,436 flood victims with food items, cash and tractors for the 2022 farming season.
31 Jul
For the umpteenth time, bakers across the country again increased the price of bread, amid the harsh business environment triggered by the surging production cost.
25 Jul
The Federal High Court in Abuja has upheld a 2017 judgment and dismissed the suit filed by some groups against the National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) for approving the commercialisation of Bt Cotton in the country.
25 Jul
Actually, I will like to say that we need more veterinarians to be engaged in Nigeria. In many of our states, we don’t have enough veterinarians and if you must maintain the public health system, we need veterinary services...
25 Jul
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tiamin Rice Milling Company, Alhaji Aminu Ahmed, has disclosed that the company, when commissioned in the next two months, would produce 600 metric tonnes of rice per day.
24 Jul
The former Ethiopia Prime Minister, and Board Chair of AGRA, Hailemariam Dessalegn has urged Africa’s leaders to collaborate in addressing the triple-threat problem – climate change

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15 mins ago
NEW YORK, USA, 10 August 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-UN agencies appealed on Tuesday for $73 million over the next six months to provide food rations to more than 750,000 people seeking refuge in Ethiopia. The World Food Programme (WFP), UN refugee agency, UNHCR, and Ethiopian Government Refugees and Returnees Service (RRS) made the plea for assistance because without…
29 mins ago
President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed former Permanent Secretary, Ecological Project Office (EPO), Dr Habiba Muda Lawal, as Special Adviser to the President, Policy and Coordination.
1 hour ago
Gov Douye Diri of Bayelsa on Wednesday directed Local Government Chairmen to reside within their domains and ensure peaceful coexistence in their communities.
1 hour ago
Igbo youths under the auspices of the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) on Wednesday warned groups and individuals promoting the presidential ambition of Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu to stay clear of the zone. President and Publicity Secretary of the group, Goodluck Ibem and Okay Nworu, in a statement, described as "unfortunate" how certain…
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A Chinese court rejected an appeal in a landmark sexual harassment case on Wednesday, dealing a blow to the country's fledgling #MeToo movement. Zhou Xiaoxuan stepped forward in 2018 to accuse popular state TV host Zhu Jun of forcibly kissing and groping her during her 2014 internship at the broadcaster. Her case inspired many others…