Wednesday, May 29, 2024


May 29, 2024

World Bank, Borno government train extension agents to boost livestock production

“It will stimulate commercial activities by supporting the value chain in the livestock sector.”

Babagana Umara Zulum
May 29, 2024

Türkiye ranks 11th in renewable energy capacity worldwide

China, the United States, Brazil, India, Germany, Japan, Canada, Spain, France, and Italy occupy the top 10 places in the world’s installed renewable energy capacity ranking.

Fields of solar panels
May 27, 2024

Gov. Sani distributes farm inputs, equipment to 40,000 farmers

He pledged to revive plans for a tomato processing plant in Ikara to mitigate these losses.

Kaduna State govenor, Uba Sani
May 27, 2024

Tinubu distributes 21,000 bags of rice, maize, millet to Yobe

The Yobe government has praised President Bola Tinubu for approving the release of 21,000 bags of grains to the state.

Bags of grains
May 27, 2024

Several people wounded in farmer-herder clash in Jigawa

The police say farmers were injured in a clash between farmers and cattle herders in the Hayin Kogi forest in Birnin Kudu LGa of Jigawa.

Armed herdsmen
May 27, 2024

Bayelsa communities vow to continue ‘peaceful occupation’ of SPDC 

Timothy Geregere, chairman of Bisangbene, one of the host communities, disclosed this on Sunday at Bisangbene.

Pollution in Ogoniland
May 26, 2024

Adamawa government partners FG to empower two million farmers

The commissioner said Mr Tinubu’s initiative was in line with Governor Umar Fintiri’s determination to invest in agriculture to improve food security.

Nigeria Farmers
May 26, 2024

Tinubu performed well in first year as president, says NNDP chairman

President Bola Tinubu has fared so well in his first year as Nigeria’s president, says Mustapha Abubakar-Bida, the chairman of the New Niger Development Project.

President Bola Tinubu
May 24, 2024

Garri price rose from N546 to N1,399; beans, N615 to N1,387; tomato, N485 to N1,123; yam, N444 to N1,130 in Tinubu’s first year: NBS

The National Bureau of Statistics says prices of rice, garri, tomato, beans, yam and other food items increased in April 2024.

May 23, 2024

Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi most affected in southern Africa drought disaster: WFP

Ms McCain said that droughts had destroyed harvests in areas where 70 per cent of the population depended on agriculture for survival.

World Food Programme (credit: UN)