Establishment of sugar factories will enhance devt in jigawa – farmers

Leadership — January 17, 2016

Alhaji Muhammad Abubakar, a large scale farmer in Hadejia, Jigawa, on Sunday said the establishment of sugar factories in the state would provide job opportunities and enhance speedy development of the state.
CBN urges farmers to add value to farm produce 

Punch newspaper - December 18, 2015

The Central Bank of Nigeria has tasked farmers in the country with striving towards adding value to their farm produce in order to prevent waste and to earn more on them.
World Bank pledges support for agric in Kano

The guardian Newspaper - December 17, 2015

The World Bank is committing $500 million to promote commercial agriculture and rehabilitation of irrigation infrastructure in northern Nigeria.
FG, AFDB step up engagement on ATASP-1

Daily trust newspaper - December 16, 2015

The Federal Government in collaboration with the African Development Bank (AFDB) has organized a 3-day capacity building workshop for the new staff and key stakeholders that will drive the Agricultural Transformation Agenda Support Programme phase-I (ATASP-1).
'Exploring options to pay fertilizer subsidy directly to farmers'

Press Trust of India - December 15, 2015

Government is exploring the possibilities of transferring the fertiliser subsidy directly to farmers, Parliament was informed today.
SEND-Ghana launches report on fertilizer subsidy

Ghanaweb - December 13, 2015

SEND GHANA has launched a fertilizer subsidy report in Accra, which assesses the design and implementation of fertilizer subsidy programme and benefits to farmers in terms of influence on outputs, productivity and incomes.
Okowa uncovers 70% fake farmers under agric scheme

Thisday Newspaper – December 13, 2015

Delta State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, might have placed his finger firmly on why several agricultural and job creation schemes by government in the past failed to yield the desired results as most of the people who applied for inclusion in the state's agricultural programme were found to be "fake farmers".
CBN, banks agree on N300bn for 2016 agric lending

Daily trust Newspaper - Dec 13 2015

The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele has said the bankers committee has decided to increase funding to agriculture by N300 billion in 2016.
Increase in food prices, transportation cost push inflation to 9.4 percent

All Africa - December 14, 2015

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) which measures inflation, rose to 9.4 per cent in November compared to 9.3 per cent in the previous month, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). 
Why bank finances rice mills

Guardian newspaper - December 9, 2015

Sterling Bank Plc said its decision to finance the multi-billion naira Labana Rice Mills, billed to become one of the largest rice mills in Africa, was part of efforts to support the Federal Government’ agriculture policy and need to guarantee food security.
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