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Lawrence Ikechukwu Ezemonye

17 Sep
At least 85 per cent of farmers do not use fertiliser and other yield-boosting inputs in Edo State, accounting for low productivity per hectare.
11 Sep
The Centre for Global Eco-Innovation (CGE), University of Benin, yesterday reiterated the role of abattoir operators as critical, crucial and important to the wellbeing of the people. Prof. Lawrence Ikechukwu Ezemonye...
15 Nov 2019
The Nigerian Environmental Society (NES) has urged the National Assembly to speed up the passage of the Bill for an Act to establish the Institute of Environmental Practitioners of Nigeria intended to regulate and professionalise environmental practices...

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