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Farmers slam Agric Ministry for spending N30m public fund on mosque

FARMERS and agriculture experts have faulted Nigeria's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development for spending N30 million public funds on the construction of a...
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Women farmers demand better security as FG distributes agric inputs

THE Small Scale Women Farmers Organisation of Nigeria (SWOFON) have called on the Nigerian government to provide better security on their farms. National President of...

COVID-19: Insecurity, lack of government support may trigger famine in Niger

As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages Nigeria and the rest of the world, the effect on food security may have to be properly addressed by all the three tiers of government to reduce the hardship associated with food scarcity.
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Nigeria has no data on population of extension workers, farmers- Director

NIGERIA currently lacks data on  the actual population of agriculture extension workers and total number of farmers, an official of Federal Ministry of Agriculture...

COVID-19 effects threaten food security, increase vulnerability, women farmers raise alarm

COVID-19 effects threaten food security, increase vulnerability, women farmers raise alarm. A Survey by Ibukun Emiola, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). Mrs Motunrayo Ajagbe, 55,...


I could have slapped Kwankwaso in Aso Rock — Ganduje

FORMER Kano State governor Abdullahi Ganduje said he could have slapped his predecessor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, had he met him...

Ondo poly lecturers declare strike over 13-month salary arrears

LECTURERS of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo (RUGIPO), Ondo State, have embarked on strike over the non-payment of their...

37 more private varsities get provisional licence

THE National Universities Commission (NUC) has offered provisional licence to 37 private universities. This brings the number of private universities...

Nigerian defends teaching in China amidst criticism

A NIGERIAN school teacher and filmmaker, Bello Habeeb Galadanchi, has responded to criticism for choosing to teach children in...

WAEC arrests 20 school officials for aiding examination malpractice

THE West African Examination Council (WAEC) has said 20 school officials have been arrested for allegedly aiding and abetting...
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