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Abia State Agricultural Development Programme

26 Jun
The collapse of the Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) in Nigeria has been identified as the contributory factor to the woes of the sector in the recent past.
1 Oct 2018
Trainees in the one-month agricultural enterprises training done in Umuahia, Abia State capital, for 150 Niger Delta ex-agitators have called for the extension of the duration for future beneficiaries. The training, the second to be sponsored by the Presidential Amnesty Office, was conducted by the Abia State Agricultural Development Programme (ADP), in conjunction with Fadmobat…

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