Ogbeh drums support for Adesina’s 2nd term as AfDB President
Chief Audu Ogbeh, the former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, has drummed support for the President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Dr Akinwumi Adesina.
‘FG hasn’t released silos to operators one year after payment’
Indications have emerged that the Federal Government has not released the 20 strategic national grain reserves that were leased to private sector operators over one year after they paid for the lease.
People don’t need to fly abroad for cancer treatment, says Audu Ogbeh
Former Minister of Agriculture and erstwhile chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Audu Innocent Ogbeh, has given reasons why Nigerians should no longer go abroad for cancer treatment.
Farmers unhappy over government’s anchor borrowers, fertiliser schemes
Nigeria farmers have raised concerns over the taking over of the constitutional role of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Presidency.
Former ministers’ portraits still hanging on walls of agencies
Three months after President Muhammadu Buhari dissolved his cabinet, as he began a second term in office, the portraits of former minsters in the Federal...
How to manage stress in poultry, livestock production
Growth rate and production performances in pig, poultry, cattle and other livestock businesses determine profitability, sustainability, food sufficiency and job...
How local government joint account fuels rural-urban migration, by Ogbeh
‘You grow an economy by making credit available at affordable, repayable rates’ Chief Audu Ogbeh, two days before handing over as the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, spoke with FEMI IBIROGBA in Abuja. Chief Ogbeh narrated his voyage into politics, explained how state governors underdeveloped the rural areas by depriving local government councils of…
Stakeholders advice government on cashew policy
The major glut that hit the cashew industry has plunged revenue from the cash crop, running into several billions of naira, a development considered as a big blow to farmers, exporters and other stakeholders in the cashew value-chain.