Excess workers will be redeployed to agriculture –Umahi

The union Newspaper - August 4, 2015

Governor David Umahi yesterday said that excess workers in the state civil service would be redeployed to the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources assuring that their continuity were guaranteed.
Kaduna to disburse N2 billion interest-free loan to boost rice production

Premium Times - August 2, 2015

Governor Nasir El-Rufa’i of Kaduna State on Sunday said the state had received a N2 billion soft loan for onward disbursement to rice farmers– to boost its production in the state.
Floods destroy houses, crops worth N46.16m

The Nation - August 01, 2015

Houses and crops worth N46.16 million have been destroyed by floods in Misau town and surrounding villages in Bauchi State.
Agro Dealers stop farm inputs supply over N38bn debt

Daily trust - July 30, 2015

Farmers in Nigeria may not get support on inputs from the federal government this rainy season through its Growth Enhancement Scheme (GES).
Soya beans farmers lament poor seedlings

Daily trust newspaper - July 30, 2015

Soya beans farmers in Katsina State are lamenting poor germination of crop seedlings, a situation they said was denying them the opportunity to plant early.
Unity Bank to scale up SME, agric contributions

The guardian - July 29, 2015

Unity Bank Plc said the resignation of its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Henry James Semenitari, may have opened up new opportunities for it to review and scale up its economic contributions to the country.
WACOT: Nigeria Gets $32m Non-oil Revenue from Sesame Export

Thisday - July 28, 2015

The General Manager, West African Cotton Company Limited (WACOT) Pankaj Chawla, said ‎Nigeria has non-oil revenue of $320 million from exports of sesame, representing 10 per cent of the total sum of $3.2 billion global trade of the cash crop.
Nigeria earns n427bn from cocoa, others

Punch newspaper - July 28, 2015

The country earned a total sum of $2.4bn (N472bn) from the exportation of cocoa, rubber, and other non-oil commodities within the 2014 fiscal period, figures obtained from the Nigerian Export Promotion Council have revealed.
Agric Devt: FG partners OPS on policy implementation

Thisday newspaper - July 28, 2015

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) has partnered private sector groups in the agricultural sector to implement micro reforms to revolutionise the agricultural sector of Nigeria.
Agric entrepreneurs want FG to divest farm storage fercilities

Businessday - July 27, 2015

Some agriculture entrepreneurs have urged the Federal Government to immediately divest its 1.6 million tonnes of farm storage facilities to enhance participation of private sector in agricultural businesses.
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