Chief Audu Ogbeh
FG to restructure Bank of Agric to ease farmers’ access to loan – Ogbeh
The Federal Government says it will restructure Bank Of Agriculture (BOA) so as to facilitate farmers’ access to loans, encourage youths’ participation in farming and boost food production in the country.
FG may open grain reserve by March to cushion food prices
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has disclosed that the Federal Government might open the national grain reserve in the next two weeks if the rising food prices do not abate.
Nigerians ingesting poison through food, says Ogbeh
The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has expressed worry about Nigerians not eating well, saying a larger percentage of the population ingests poison.
Buhari frowns at illegal migration of Nigerians to Europe
President Muhammadu Buhari has frowned at the high rate of illegal migration of Nigerian youths to European countries through the Mediterranean Sea.
Exploring entrepreneurial initiatives to exit recession
While economic recession is a global phenomenon, the solutions aimed fashioned out to exit are undoubtedly not exclusively located within the international arena.
FG vows to recover N12b agric loan from farmers
The Federal Government is making plans to recover over N12 billion owed the Bank of Agriculture (BoA) by farmers.This is part of efforts to revive and recapitalise the bank, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development...
When Nigerian Biotech experts met
Three Nigerian ministries had top level representation at the Biotechnology and Biosafety Experts Meeting at Sheraton Hotel, Abuja on August 15, 2016. The Minister and Minister of State for Environment were present.
Leading agro firms laud Tuns farms on NEGPRO
Leading operators in agriculture sector, Livestock Feeds Plc and Turner Wright Limited, have expressed their commitment to support Tuns Farms Nigeria Limited ...
Grazing reserve controversy quakes Plateau
This has unwittingly encouraged the herdsmen into claiming inalienable rights to graze their cattle anywhere in the country, with the farmers whose major occupation involved the cultivation of ancestral lands having to contend with their crops and farmlands being destroyed.