Farmers and agri-investors may have to pay the government to provide them with security against kidnappers and intruders who want to invade their land.
Are Farmers Paying for Protection?
This Day, 26 July 2016
Crusoe Osagie takes a look at the new agricultural policy announced by the Minister of Agriculture and wonders why farmers have to pay government to protect them Read more »
Government Okays New Agric Roadmap for Food Sufficiency
Guardian, 21 July 2016
FEC to deploy civil defence corps against rampaging herdsmen Read more »
FEC Approves New Agric Policy, Farmers May Have to Pay for Security At Farms
This Day, 21 July 2016
Farmers may have to pay for the federal government to provide them with security against kidnappers and other intruders who may want to invade their farms. Read more »
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh, explains why agriculture collapsed and outlines plans by President Muhammadu Buhari's administration to resuscitate ... Read more »
President Muhammadu Buhari has said that in order to accelerate the development of agriculture and ensure food security, the sector must be treated as a business - this as he ... Read more »
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