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2 hours ago
At least, 1,000 ex-agitators and delegates of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) will commence training at the Bayelsa State Cassava Processing Factory soonest.
3 days ago
The Tertiary Institutions Entrepreneurship Scheme (TIES), an initiative of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) targeted at empowering graduates of Nigerian polytechnics and universities with entrepreneurial skills...
3 days ago
The National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) has engaged 200 young farmers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) to address unemployment and boost the economy.
3 days ago
A non-governmental organisation, Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF), on Tuesday, trained no fewer than 50 farmers on how to locally produce organic manure and pesticides with a view to boosting food security and sufficiency.
22 Nov
Researchers and industrialists have said efforts should be made to revive cocoa processing companies and woo more investors into the value chain to maximise benefits of cocoa production through emphasis on local consumption.
22 Nov
Media practitioners have been urged to educate, inform and emphasise giant strides made in modern biotechnology in agriculture, and sensitise farmers and citizens on safety and benefits of genetically modified crops.
22 Nov
The Federal Government and states have been urged to prioritise palm oil production to salvage the economy and save the country from present global economic crisis.
22 Nov
The Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN) has concluded arrangements to commence a test-run of agricultural radio and television in Abuja before the end of the month.
22 Nov
The Borno State Government is to partner Sudan in the production of wheat, gum Arabic and livestock for exports to earn foreign exchange.
21 Nov
No doubt, the wheat industry is in a dire strait, considering the enormity of its current challenges. This has negatively impacted the price of flour, forcing many bread producers ...
21 Nov
Adoption of sound macro-economic policies that guarantee economic freedom for farmers, pastoralists and small entrepreneurs, has been identified as pre-condition for peace and stability in Nigeria.
18 Nov
To meet food demand of Nigeria and make sources of cheaper and healthier protein available while tackling malnutrition, a produce processing and exporting firm, Agricorp International
18 Nov
The Director-General of the Raw Material Research and Development Council (RMRDC), Prof. Hussaini Doko Ibrahim, has called on Nigerian industrialists to maximise investments

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