Nigerian Agricultural minister confirms they will do business with Ireland at bilateral meeting

Enterprise – December 2, 2015

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney T.D. marked the first day of his trade mission to West Africa today with a number of promotional events for Irish companies in the agri-food, education and ICT sectors in the Nigerian capital, Abuja.
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India to become a urea surplus state soon: Govt

Economic times – December 2, 2015

India will soon become an urea surplus state from a deficit state and start exporting it, Union Fertilizer Minister Ananth Kumar said today.
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Climate change threateninNigeria’s human existence - Buhari

Daily Trust Newapaper  – December 1, 2015


President Muhammadu Buhari has raised the alarm that climate change is threatening the totality of human existence in Nigeria.
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AfDB mulls $3billion facility to improve food nutrition

Bizwatch - November 30, 2015

The African Development Bank, AfDB, is making major plans toward improved food nutrition and security with a $300million facility that will leverage about $3billion from banks and microfinance institutions across the continent to empower women and women-owned enterprises toward to improving access to nutritious diets.
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Kebbi, BOA to finance rice value chain with N2bn

Daily trust newspaper - November 25, 2015

Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Bank of Agriculture (BOA), Professor Dambala Danju, said Kebbi State government and his bank would contribute N2 billion (N1 billion each) to finance rice value chain.
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Sokoto to get $250m food processing plant

Daily trust newspaper - November 25, 2015

As the largest community of onions producers in Africa, Sokoto State government has promised to tap the competitive advantage it has in the agro allied sector to attract investments into the state.
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Nigeria central bank cuts rates for first time in six years

Reuters - November 24, 2015

Nigeria's central bank surprisingly cut the benchmark interest rate to 11 percent from 13 percent on Tuesday, its first reduction in the cost of borrowing in more than six years, in an effort to stimulate growth in Africa's biggest economy.
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Benue assembly approves governor’s request to borrow N2bn or farming

Leadership newspaper — November 24, 2015

The Benue House of Assembly has approved the request of the state governor to borrow two billion naira from Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for dry season farming.
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Cost of food items may rise in Nigeria – AFAN

Daily trust - November 23, 2015

 

The All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) has expressed fear that the cost of food may rise in the country due to the challenges of late rainfall, flood and insecurity that affected food production in the North.
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Training vital to agric transformation

The Nation - November 23, 2015

The Acting  Executive  Director, Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute, (ARMTI), Mr  Anthony  Njoku,  has said value  chain training is vital to enhancing the quality of human resources in the sector.
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