Niger state reestablishes grains board to help reduce poverty

Bizwatch - January 25, 2016

The Niger State government is re-establishing a Grains Board in order to help farmers reduce poverty in the state.
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There won’t be food scarcity in 2016 – AFAN

Leadership Newspaper — January 22, 2016

The president of the All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN), Mr Kabir Ibrahim, in this interview with  Ruth Tene Natsa, assures that Nigeria will not experience food scarcity in 2016, but rather is on its way to self-sufficiency in food production.
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Ekiti Airport Project: Farmers protest ‘Illegal’ govt acquisition of farmland

Leadership newspaper — January 22, 2016

Farmers whose land were acquired by the Ekiti State Government to build an airstrip has accused the government of forcefully taking over their farmlands.
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Reps move to raise agric credit fund to N5m

Daily trust newspaper - January 20 2016

The House of Representatives has commenced the process of amending the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund to increase the liability from N100,000 to N5 million. 
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Water shortage threatens tomato farming in Katsina

Daily trust newspaper - January 20, 2016

Shortage of water poses serious threat to irrigation farmers in Dantankari, Dandume LGA of Katsina State, this year, Daily Trust has gathered.
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Can Dangote beat imported tomato pastes in Nigeria’s market?

Ventures - January 20, 2016

According to media reports on Sunday, the much-anticipated Dangote Tomato Paste plant located in Kano, northern Nigeria, is now ready for operation.
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AFAN tasks FG on Agricultural Transformation

Tunga Media – January 18, 2016

The All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) in Jigawa on Sunday urged the Federal Government to speed up action in transforming the agricultural sector.
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Nigeria to begin fertilizer export as Indorama plant nears completion

Daily trust newspaper - January 17, 2016

Nigeria is set to become a net exporter of fertilizer in the first quarter of 2016 when Indorama’s brand new fertilizer plant begins production. 
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FG to push for 5% loan interest rate for farmers – Ogbe

Chief Audu Ogbe, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, said that the Federal Government would lobby banks to peg interest rate at five per cent instead of the current nine per cent.
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N73bn Debt: Agro dealers threaten to boycott GES

Leadership newspaper — January 17, 2016

Agro Dealers Association of Nigeria has threatened that its members will boycott the Growth Enhancement Support (GES) scheme unless the government pays N73 billion debt owed its members.
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