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GES Bribery Allegation, a Cruel Fabrication – Ogbeh

Fmard News - June 30, 2016

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development – Chief Audu Ogbeh has described the 2billion naira GES payment bribery allegation contained in an online publication against him, his deputy and the permanent secretary of the ministry as a cruel fabrication, an act of irresponsibility and blatant criminality by dubious agro dealers, whose fictitious invoices he queried and uncovered a 6.5billion naira inflation in claims.
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Firms partner to produce fertilizers

Bizwatch Newspaper - June 28, 2016

In the bid to boost agriculture and ensure food security in the country, four indigenous manufacturing companies have partnered to produce fertilisers suitable for Nigerian soils. 
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FG, NSIA signs MoU for commercialized agriculture

Guardian Newspaper - June 24, 2016

The Federal Government on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), to explore investment opportunities in commercialized agriculture to boost food production in the country.
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FG cautions farmers against payment to access loans

Bizwatch Newspaper - June 28, 2016

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) has cautioned Nigerian farmers and associations not to pay any money to persons or group for the purpose of accessing agricultural loans.
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Plans to resuscitate fertilizer plant underway

Plateau News June 21, 2016

The member of the Plateau State House of Assembly representing Bokkos Constituency, Hon. Sunday Malo Muchen, has said steps are underway by the Plateau State Government to revisit the abandoned Fertilizer Blending Plant in Bokkos Local Government Area.
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