Nigeria Should Produce Chocolates Instead Of Exporting Raw Cocoa Beans – Adesina

Minister of agriculture and rural development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina has disclosed that cocoa processing factories in the country generate between $90 million and $400 million annually even at their low capacity rates.


U.S. Economy Added 321,000 Jobs in November; Unemployment Rate Steady at 5.8%

New York Times – December 6, 2014

Employers added 321,000 jobs in November, a very healthy showing that echoes other positive economic data recently and bodes well for the crucial holiday retail season underway.


Seeking Alpha - December 6, 2014

Brent crude fell to a new five-year low as a number of banks, including Morgan Stanley cut price forecasts, saying oversupply would peak next year after OPEC decided not to cut output.


Nigerian's corporate billionaires go to farm

Daily independent – December 6, 2014

Call it a new dawn for agriculture in Nigeria and you just are right, as farming is no longer a venture reserved for the poor in Nigeria.

Stakeholders fine-tune the GES draft bill

Daily trust - December 4, 2014

Stakeholders in the agricultural sector met recently in Abuja to discuss the Growth Enhancement Scheme (GES) draft bill seeking to consolidate the programme, describing the bill as a “a success” for agriculture.

How World Bank boosts agric in Kaduna

Daily trust - December 4, 2014

Agriculture remains significant in Nigeria’s economy and it has been adjudged to have the potentials of tackling poverty, unemployment, hunger, diseases among other national challenges.


Dept of Fertilizers proposes a consortium of three state undertakings to set up plant in Iran

Business standard - November 27, 2014

The Department of Fertilizers has proposed that a consortium of three state undertakings – Rashtriya Chemical and Fertilisers (RCF), Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilisers Corporation (GNFC) and Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals (GSFC) to set up urea and chemical plants in Iran.

FERTILIZER FRAUD: Bizman Gets 7-year Jail Term

Leadership - November 27, 2014

An Asaba-based businessman, Johnson Kalashi, 45, has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment without an option of fine on a three-count charge of obtaining the sum of N300million under pretence.


Kano farmers prepare for irrigation

Daily trust - November 27, 2014

In Kano state most of the rice farmers are at the verge of harvesting their rice cultivated during the last rainy season, while those who have already harvested theirs or did not partake in the rainy season cultivation of the crop are now clearing their farmlands for the dry season rice farming.


Kogi Farmers urge government to release N750M agric loan

Daily trust - November 27, 2014

Farmers in Kogi State have called on Governor Idris Wada to prevail on the Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr Zaccheus Atte, to release to them the N750 million loans secured from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to boost farming activities.
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