Telecom sector attracts $35bn investment in 15years

Daily trust - September 6, 2016

The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, has said that Nigeria’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector received over $35bn from Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in the last 15 years.
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3050mw Mambilla hydro power project set to start

Daily Trust Newspaper - September 6, 2016

Forty Chinese engineers have visited the site of the 3050 WM Mambilla hydro-power project at Gembu in Taraba State.
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Senators, Reps earn N6.78bn in one year – Report

Punch Nigeria - September 5, 2016

At a time Nigerians are groaning under the yoke of recession, members of the National Assembly comprising the Senators and members of House of Representatives have received a total of N6.78bn as salaries and allowances in one year, investigation by Economic Confidential has revealed.
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PFAs invest N1.7bn in infrastructure

Punch Nigeria - September 4, 2016

The total funds invested by operators of the Contributory Pension Scheme in infrastructure have risen to N1.7bn.
Statistics obtained by our correspondent also showed that the total pension assets under management of the operators in July 2016 rose to N5.82tn.
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Gov Ayade to float food bank across LGAs in Cross River

Leadership Newspaper — September 4, 2016

Cross River State governor, Prof Ben Ayade is planning to establish a Proper Professional Food Bank as a steady market for farmers across the local government areas in the state.
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As economy declines, Buhari revives Jonathan’s agric policy he suspended

Premium Times Newspaper - September 4, 2016

The Buhari administration on Wednesday said it had revived the e-wallet system for fertiliser allocation and distribution, a year after suspending it.
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FGN to continue ‘RUFIN’ after its implementation time frame

Agro Nigeria - August 25, 2016

Despite the completion of its 7-year implementation time frame, the Rural Finance Institution Building Programme (RUFIN) will continue in all the 12 participating states across the country.
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Sustainable agriculture requires standardized practices Kaduna agric commissioner

Agro Nigeria - August 25, 2016

The Kaduna State Commissioner for Agriculture and Forestry, Dr. Manzo Maigari, has underscored the need for sustainable and innovative agricultural practices by farmers across the country, noting that recourse to archaic farm practices is the key reason why Nigeria’s agricultural production has fallen well below global standards.

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Nigeria: Katsina to procure 1,000 tractors for farmers

Leadership Newspaper – August 24, 2016

The Katsina State government has promised to assist farmers in the state to acquire about 1000 tractors in the next three years to make farming fully mechanized in the state.
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Sierra Leone: Agriculture ministry faced with fertilizer challenge

Concord TimesFreetown – August 23, 2016

The Ministry of Agriculture is currently faced with the challenge of providing fertilizers for the second application, which would subsequently affect the planting season.
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