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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Farmers Chase Commissioner Out Of Office

Bayelsa State Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Chief Dikiovie Ikiogha last week Thursday kept off his office to avoid being mobbed by protesting...

‘NigeriaNeeds N40trn To Dev Agric’

The Managing Director of Bank of Agriculture (BOA), Dr Mohammed Santurak has disclosed that Nigeria Will require about N40 trillion to meet the agricultural...

Agency Warns Against Poultry In Residential Areas

The Kaduna State Environmental Protection Authority (KEPA) yesterday warned farmers against establishing poultry farms in residential areas. The authority’s General Manager, Malam Aminu Sani, told...

Sylva Harps On Agric Dev

Governor Timipre Sylva of Bayelsa has underscored the importance of agriculture as substitute to oil and gas. Sylva said this in Yenagoa when he received...

Tomato Farmers Seek Preservation Facilities

Tomato farmers in Mubi,  and Adamawa, have called on the state government to establish modern preservation facilities for perishable agricultural produce to minimize wastages...

Enugu Farmers Get N1bn Lifeline

The Enugu State Government is to disburse N1 billion to farmer co-operative groups as part of efforts to ensure the success of the Enugu-Songhai...

22 Communities Get NDDC Aquaculture Initiatives

More than 22 communities in Bayelsa and Delta States have benefited from the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) aquaculture initiative launched two years ago. Dr....

Rivers Farmers Predict Bumper Harvest

Farmers in Rivers state have described 2011 as a year of bumper harvest due to the climate change which resulted to early rainfall in...

Price Of Yam Rises In Jos

Following the persistent crises rocking Jos, the price of yams have skyrocketed in the Plateau capital and its environs. A market survey by our correspondent...

World Bank Trains Farmers On Risk Management

The World Bank training in agriculture risk management for institutions in Nigeria and Anglophone West African countries ended in Accra, Ghana with the participants...
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