CBN Anchor Borrowers Program: 225,000 Farmers To Benefit From NIRSAL’s New Field Structure
The 225,000 farmers being supported include a minimum of 5,000 farmers in 36 states and Abuja.
Groups criticise Nigerian agency on genetically modified cassava
The groups accuse the NBMA of taking a premeditated action.
Cooperative empowers Nassarawa community, begins processing of 10,000 tonnes of maize
The cooperative hopes the initiative would help address soaring prize of maize in the country.
Edo govt, CBN devote N500 million to de-risk agric investments
The idea behind the scheme is to support large scale commercial agriculture.
No law banning importation of Maize into Nigeria – Officials
Maize was not among the 41 items banned, an official said.
What Nigeria must do to achieve self-sufficiency in rice production – Expert
A professor noted that virtually every state in Nigeria can produce rice.
INTERVIEW: Nigeria needs bridging leadership to make its diversity work – Adewale Ajadi, Country Director Synergos Nigeria
Mr. Ajadi also speaks on the work of Synergos in Nigeria.
Nestle fined N35 million for contaminated Maggi noodles
Nestle said it would appeal against the order.
Nigerian govt, groups seek increased women participation in Agri-Business
A two-day dialogue was held in Abuja to highlight plan.
LIVE UPDATE: Policymakers, farmers, others gather for agriculture symposium
The President of the African Development Bank, AFDB, Akinwunmi Adesina, will be highlight speaker at the event.
Audu Ogbeh to open national symposium on resolving risk in Nigeria’s agricultural value chain
It is a platform designed to foster productive discussion among all stakeholders.
Nigeria will attain self-sufficiency in rice production in 2018, Lai Mohammed says
The official says Nigeria targets seven million metric tons of rice in 2018.
Buhari pledges to implement report on Nigeria’s food security
I am glad that the findings and policy recommendations are apt and implementable.
INTERVIEW: I Have a Hopeful Outlook On Nigeria’s Future – Peggy Dulany
The Synergos Institute boss speaks on her organisation’s work in Africa among other issues.
Nigeria to send back 90 tonnes imported genetically modified maize
The agency said its test show the maize were genetically modified.
Nigeria has enough food stock to address shortages in 2018 – Minister
“Some states in North-east and other parts of the country will likely experience low agricultural yield…”
18 bio-fortified food varieties released in Nigeria – Official
“Over two million farmers are estimated to be growing them now.”
ANALYSIS: Transforming Fertiliser Distribution: Notore’s Delivery Revolution
“We’re beginning to make real progress in terms of domestic fertiliser use.
Farm experts take stock to tackle food security in Nigeria
The centre’s strategic goal is to train over 200,000 smallholders and processing companies.
EXCLUSIVE: INTERPOL speaks on Maina’s ‘arrest warrant’
The global police organisation responds to a PREMIUM TIMES query on the wanted former civil servant.
Dangote to employ several graduates in new rice farming initiative
The company prepares to hit the market with one million metric tons of Dangote rice in 2018.
INVESTIGATION: How latest Mambilla Plateau violence unfolded; leaving deaths, destruction
The violent conflict that pitted two ethnic groups last June was only the latest in a history of inter-ethnic tension that frequently erupts into mass killings.