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FG Releases N9.7bn for Flood Recovery Food Production Plan, Articles | THISDAY LIVE
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Africa can avert food crises via regional trade — Report — The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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Nigeria: 'Research Institutes to Meet Country's Needs in Four Years' *
Professor Bin-Yusuf Abubakar, the Executive Director, Agricultural
Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN), has said that research
institutes in the country would meet the needs of all Nigerians in
the next four years.
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Nigeria: Benue Gets 1,500 Metric Tons of Grains From FG *
Benue State yesterday received 1,500 metric tons of assorted grains
from the Federal Government as part of the efforts to mitigate the
impact of flood on the agricultural sector. Minister of Agriculture
and Rural Development, Akinwumi Adesina, at the flag off of
distribution of relief items to flood affected families in Makurdi,
said the release of the grains from the strategic grain reserve
silos located in various places across the country was meant to
avoid food crisis.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Benue Gets 1,500 Metric Tons of Grains From FG
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Nigeria: Women Farmers to Cultivate 3,000 Hectares - AFAN *
Female farmers in Kano State plan to cultivate 3,000 irrigable
hectares during this year's dry season farming, Hajiya Fatima
Kiru, the woman leader of the All Farmers Association of Nigeria
(AFAN), has said.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Women Farmers to Cultivate 3,000 Hectares - AFAN

* Nigeria: FG Distributes 900 Tonnes of Grains to Flood Victims in Ondo *
The Federal Government in Akure yesterday distributed 900 tonnes of
food items to victims of the recent flood disaster in Ondo State.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: FG Distributes 900 Tonnes of Grains to Flood Victims in Ondo
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Nigeria: Food Security - Coalition Advocates Greater Public-Private
Collaboration *
The public and private sectors have been urged to collaborate more to
promote transparency and accountability in the distribution of
fertiliser and other agricultural products in the country, to ensure
food security.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Food Security - Coalition Advocates Greater Public-Private Collaboration
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Nigeria: Fulani Herdsmen Appeal to FG to Create Grazing Routes *
The leadership of Miyette Allah Cattle Rearers Association, an
umbrella body of Fulani herdsmen, has called on the Federal Government
to create grazing routes for cattle rearers in the country as a
solution to the lingering bloodbath between Fulani herdsmen and native
Tiv farmers in Benue State.
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Nigeria: Fulani Herdsmen Appeal to FG to Create Grazing Routes *
The leadership of Miyette Allah Cattle Rearers Association, an
umbrella body of Fulani herdsmen, has called on the Federal Government
to create grazing routes for cattle rearers in the country as a
solution to the lingering bloodbath between Fulani herdsmen and native
Tiv farmers in Benue State.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Fulani Herdsmen Appeal to FG to Create Grazing Routes
Na wah o! Soon they will ask for a C-130 that would take the herds to DR Congo for grazing in the morning and back in the evening.
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Price of rice up 20% to N9,000
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There will be no food crisis - Agric minister - The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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When I saw the headlines, I was excited. We've been proved wrong! Govt was going to release its strategic grain reserves to limit the impact of the flood. But alas, it's an attack on imaginary cheap food importers. What's wrong with cheap food? It's all talk about % of total cultivated area. Not percentage of food crops (maize, cassava, yams etc) lost. More importantly, it contains no plans to ameliorate the situation.
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When I saw the headlines, I was excited. We've been proved wrong! Govt was going to release its strategic grain reserves to limit the impact of the flood. But alas, it's an attack on imaginary cheap food importers. What's wrong with cheap food? It's all talk about % of total cultivated area. Not percentage of food crops (maize, cassava, yams etc) lost. More importantly, it contains no plans to ameliorate the situation.
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Ime Samuel-Etukudoh November 26, 2012 at 10:16 am

I am not surprise Adesina is still saying “there will be no food crisis.” I was at the market on Saturday, the cost of tomato and onions have gone up 300 percent. My problem with the likes of Adesina is that they don’t go to the market. Adesina should tell us how much food stuffs cost now. He should do a comparative market analysis of what was the cost before and after the flood! Adesina, please visit the market and get back to Nigerians….. What is your definition of a food crisis? Cost or availability? If it is cost, what is the purchasing power of an average Nigeria? We need response to these questions.


Sola November 26, 2012 at 10:33 am

Textbook Agriculture!!! or is it Voodoo Economics? Soludo once said that Nigeria was insulated from economic meltdown.




Okoko November 26, 2012 at 10:37 am

What is food crisis? Are we not already having it when the price of every food item has doubled or trippled in the market. Methink that the minister should say there will be no severe fimine in Nigeria. They live in Aso Rock, eating imported foods without knowing what the common man is passing through.
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Ime Samuel-Etukudoh November 26, 2012 at 10:16 am

I am not surprise Adesina is still saying “there will be no food crisis.” I was at the market on Saturday, the cost of tomato and onions have gone up 300 percent. My problem with the likes of Adesina is that they don’t go to the market. Adesina should tell us how much food stuffs cost now. He should do a comparative market analysis of what was the cost before and after the flood! Adesina, please visit the market and get back to Nigerians….. What is your definition of a food crisis? Cost or availability? If it is cost, what is the purchasing power of an average Nigeria? We need response to these questions.


Sola November 26, 2012 at 10:33 am

Textbook Agriculture!!! or is it Voodoo Economics? Soludo once said that Nigeria was insulated from economic meltdown.




Okoko November 26, 2012 at 10:37 am

What is food crisis? Are we not already having it when the price of every food item has doubled or trippled in the market. Methink that the minister should say there will be no severe fimine in Nigeria. They live in Aso Rock, eating imported foods without knowing what the common man is passing through.
Thanks for this. There is a fundamental disconnect between the leaders and the people. They live in totally different worlds. Sometimes, the smart thing to do is raise up your hands and admit you got it wrong. But will they do this? Rather they focus on an imaginary agenda against them.

Despite the shortcomings of the OBJ era, one thing I liked him for that he hardly spared those (especially close associates) who had allegations of corruption/incompetence against them. Did this absolve him (of course they were instances of double standards)? No. But it gave his administration some credibility. This govt has a credibility crisis that won't even start to go away until the likes of DAM are removed. But then again OBJ's work and life had taught him to make hard decisions. I hope GEJ will start to make such.
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Nigeria: EFCC Probes Alleged N2 Million Agric Loan Fraud, Detention
of Farmers *
Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have
commenced investigations into allegation of fraud associated with
agricultural loans and illegal detention of about 300 herdsmen and
farmers in Shira and Giade Local Government Areas of Bauchi State.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: EFCC Probes Alleged N2 Million Agric Loan Fraud, Detention of Farmers (Page 1 of 2)
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Nigeria: Kano Farmers Trained On Grain Quality Improvement *
Kano State office of the World Bank Assisted Commercial Agriculture
Development Project (CADP) in collaboration with Nestle Nigeria
Limited, conducted training on grains quality improvement on over six
hundred commercial farmers in the state, the state coordinator of the
project, Alhaji Salisu Kaila has said.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Kano Farmers Trained On Grain Quality Improvement
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Nigeria: Adesina Is the Best Agric Minister Ever, Say Graduates *
The Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi
Adesina, has been described as the best person ever to occupy the seat
since the ministry was established.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Adesina Is the Best Agric Minister Ever, Say Graduates

* Nigeria: U.S. Firm to Invest U.S.$210 Million in African Agric Export *
A United States firm, Carlyle Group, is leading a $210 million private
equity investment in the procurement and export of agricultural
commodities from Africa to Asia, Europe and America.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: U.S. Firm to Invest U.S.$210 Million in African Agric Export

* Nigeria: Improved Agricultural Production to Boost Farmers' Income *
Research for development partners has launched a major new programme
called Humidtropics that would help to boost incomes of poor farm
families, mostly led by women, from agriculture in the humid tropics
while preserving the land for future generations.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Improved Agricultural Production to Boost Farmers' Income

* Nigeria: FG - Non-Lending to Farmers, Bane of Food Security *
The Federal Government has taken a swipe at banks, saying that their
refusal to lend to farmers was affecting the productivity of farming
in the country.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: FG - Non-Lending to Farmers, Bane of Food Security

* Nigeria: FG - Transformation of Agric Sector Unrealisable Without
Local Governments *
The Federal Government has stated that the transformation of the
agricultural sector cannot be realisable without the active
participation of the Local Governments in the country.
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: FG - Transformation of Agric Sector Unrealisable Without Local Governments
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Nigeria: Agric Minister, Lawmakers Bicker Over Budget Padding *
The perennial conflict between the executive and the legislature over
which arm of government wields the power of appropriation reared its
head again On Monady as the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural
Development and the House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture
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allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Agric Minister, Lawmakers Bicker Over Budget Padding (Page 1 of 3)
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