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5 Jun 2016
Abia State governor Okezie Ikpeazu has bemoaned the lack of arable land for agriculture in the state, which he said also applies to the entire South East geopolitical zone.
5 Jun 2016
Olam in Nigeria has won an award for the most impactful investment in Agriculture at the annual Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industries’ (LCCI) Awards 2016, held at Muson Centre, Lagos recently.
30 May 2016
Crude oil accounts for over 90 per cent of Nigeria’s foreign exchange earnings, 35 per cent of GDP, 75 per cent of government revenue and has become the sun around which everything revolves.
29 May 2016
Agricultural experts at the University of Ibadan on Sunday proffered solutions to the recent outbreak of Tomato disease, Tuta Absoluta, saying importing tomato seeds was not the best option.
29 May 2016
It is already 12 calendar months, and the onset of the second harvest season (depending on what crop) and the start of another planting season ...
28 May 2016
President Muhammadu Buhari has assured the government and people of Niger Republic that his administration was determined to boost the growing bilateral ties between Nigeria and...
22 May 2016
Gov. Ayo Fayose of Ekiti on Sunday urged the people of Oke-Ako to remain calm as security agents try to fish out those who killed two persons in the community on Friday.
22 May 2016
The trio of lean financial resources, owing to lower government revenue; overhanging debt owed input suppliers in the Growth Enhancement Support (GES); and poor supply of fertilizer have conspired to work...
22 May 2016
The Acting Head of Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ilorin, Dr. Oluyemisi Fawole has canvassed more role for women, if Nigerian agricultural sector would blossom ...
22 May 2016
Over the years, there have been several beans ‘scare’ and even fatalities following the consumption of meals prepared from cowpea, popularly known as beans.
20 May 2016
Mr Abraham Ayodeji, an expert in aquaculture said on Friday that aquaponics would help to enhance food production as well as create employment for citizens in the country.
20 May 2016
Japan has extended a grant of $1.5 million to support food distribution and provision of agricultural inputs to most vulnerable internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host families in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe..

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The Police Command in Anambra has described the killing and beheading of Dr Okechukwu Okoye, a lawmaker representing Aguata 2 constituency by yet-to-be-identified assailants as cowards and enemies of State.
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The African Development Bank (AfDB) says that Africa will not experience food crisis contrary to reports of an imminent
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The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) on Monday destroyed over 400 carts confiscated from pushers, who serially dump waste at unauthorised locations in the metropolis.