“Nigeria Loses $2.2billion to Shea Nuts Smuggling” – NASPAN

Bizwatch - November 23, 2015

According to Global Shea Alliance, Nigeria is not benefiting from the huge shea market because of low quality of the butter and nuts.
Government policy on fertilizer forum underway in Accra 

GBCGhana - November 19, 2015

Ghana's fertilizer usage of about 12 kilograms per hectare is below world average of 107 kilograms per hectare.
Gov’t to pay all fertilizer subsidies by dec. 2015 - minister

Ghana – November 21, 2015

The Ghanaian Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture in charge of Crops, Dr. Ahmed Yakubu Alhassan, has assured that government is assiduously making arrangements to ensure that all payments for the 2015 fertilizer subsidy programme are made by the end of the year.
Disease killing cocoyam farming in Katsina

Daily trust Newspaper - November 19, 2015

Cocoyam farming in Katsina State is gradually being phased out as agricultural research institutes are yet to provide the farmers with a solution to the leaf blighted disease affecting the crop for about five years now.
Aregbesola directs Agric extension officers back to farm or risk sack

Daily trust newspaper – November 19, 2015

Osun State Governor, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has directed all agriculture Extension Officers in the service of the state government to return to farm or their duty posts or risk demotion or sack.
We can no longer spend N1trn on food importation –Buhari

The nation Newspaper - November 18, 2015

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday said the country can no longer afford to spend huge amount of money on importation of food that could be produced locally.
Farmers in Delta call for silos

Leadership Newspaper — November 15, 2015

The All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) in Delta, has appealed to the state government to provide facilities for the preservation of farm produce to reduce losses farmers suffer.

Kano govt moves for aflatoxin-free maize

Daily trust Newspaper - November 12, 2015

Kano State government has revealed that it has entered into a collaborative agreement with Commercial Agriculture Development Project (CADP) in presenting a unique opportunity for farmers to learn how to produce, process and market aflatoxin-free maize that will compete favourably with any variety worldwide.
Ogbeh pledges to turn-round the Agricultural sector

Daily independent – November 12, 2015

The new Minister of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbe, has pledged to turn-round and re-position the agricultural sector.
Ministers sworn in as President Buhari inaugurates cabinet

BizwatchNigeria  - November 11, 2015 

After months of waiting, the cabinet for the administration of President MuhammaduBuhari has been sworn in, with President MuhammaduBuhari taking charge of the Petroleum Ministry, while former governor of Lagos state, BabatundeFashola, has been saddled with the responsibility of salvaging the country’s Power ministry.
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