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4 Nov
The African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) has said it will empower 16 million farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa to become globally competitive using the best technology
4 Nov
Heifer Nigeria, a global non-profit organisation, is ready to help lift one million smallholder farmers out of poverty by 2030.
2 Nov
Kano farmers have expressed worry as the rainy season seemed to have come to an end abruptly.The situation has made it difficult for most of the farmers to achieve expected harvests.
2 Nov
Oil palm entrepreneurs and researchers have called on the government to remove hurdles and create more enabling environment for investors and smallholder farmers in the subsector.
2 Nov
The Kebbi State Government and the Federal Ministry of Agriculture have trained agricultural extension agents in the state. The three-day training, which was held in Birnin Kebbi...
2 Nov
Institute of Agricultural Research (IAR), Zaria, Kaduna State, has decried high cost of agro-chemicals in the country, saying Nigerians spend N268 billion yearly to purchase the chemicals.
2 Nov
Professor of Agricultural Economics at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU), Abia State, Dr Remy Mejeha, has alerted the nation to consequences of not mobilising the nation’s rural resources for greater economic growth.
28 Oct
Mr. President, it’s been two years since your government imposed a ban on importation of rice. We all believed that the policy decision was made with best intentions as you wanted to encourage our indigenous farmers ...
28 Oct
The Federal Government has promised to ensure that only safe genetically modified crops will be allowed to be cultivated in the country.
28 Oct
Under the tenure of Professor Olufemi Balogun, potable water was a big problem on campus and he went ahead to dig quite a number of boreholes.
28 Oct
As effects of climate change bite harder on communities around the globe, farmers in Jigawa State have expressed worry over low harvests, as most of them are affected by droughts.
28 Oct
The Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute (NSPRI), Ilorin, Kwara State, last week, began the distribution of storage facilities and COVID-19 palliatives to farmers in five states.

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Two explosions hit UN camps in the northern Mali city of Gao on Sunday, causing damage but no casualties, AFP journalists at the scene said.
18 mins ago
The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Mr Sunday Dare, says the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is here to stay as its contributions to national development are indisputable.
1 hour ago
Dr Jonathan Obaje, a Nigerian Research Scientist based in Singapore, says since African Omicron discovery, global Clinic data has confirmed that variant of COVID-19 virus is less lethal than earlier variants.
1 hour ago
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour is to hold his first official campaign rally at a stadium outside Paris on Sunday, with police on high alert over the risk of clashes with protesters.
1 hour ago
Gambians were waiting Sunday to find out the winner of the first presidential election in the tiny West African nation since former dictator Yahya Jammeh fled into exile, with incumbent Adama Barrow enjoying the advantage in partial results.