Herdsmen attacks and the responsibility to protect
It is important to make clear what one is saying here. One is not saying that these herdsmen have in all cases acted totally out of the blues, without perceived justification, according to their own point of view.
Farmers count losses after herdsmen onslaughts
Beyond the issue of environmental pollution, public disturbance and other dastardly acts linked with the activities of herdsmen, their actions have left frustration, as farmers have continued to count their losses.
Food Security: How paucity of fertilizer threatens harvest in states
The 2016 farming season, for crop farmers, has been one like no other in recent years. It has been fraught with late rains and paucity of inputs like fertilizer.
Bayelsa group begins advocacy to end herdsmen attacks
The group in collaboration with the Bayelsa State Peace and Conflict Management Alliance decried what it described as the increasing spate of attacks by herdsmen across Nigeria.
Expert urges government to improve ratio of extension workers to farmers
An expert, Mr Richard Ogundele, on Monday advised the three levels of government to improve the ratio of agricultural extension workers to farmers in the country to enhance food production.
Herdsmen and the unfinished matter
Sir: It is no use jumping into conclusion without looking back on our past and present. The North and South have been together since amalgamation by Lord Luggard in 1914 through ...
FADAMA bank targets women, youths for empowerment - Coordinator
The Fadama lll Project Coordinator in Plateau, Mr Gideon Dandam, says that the main target of the Fadama Farmers Micro Finance Bank is to empower women and youths in the society.
Far from the madding cows
Could anyone ever imagine cows ‘mediating’ between their owners and landowners/farmers over grazing rights in Nigeria? But that was my statement even though on allegory, 20 years ago.