Scientists are warning that the food crisis in Nigeria will worsen, if a decision is not made soon to use innovation and technology in the food industry to boost productivity and sufficiency.
Food Crisis Imminent in Nigeria Without Innovation - Scientists
Vanguard, 13 November 2018
Scientists have warned that that food crisis may be imminent in Nigeria if the country fails to deploy innovation and technology into its food industry to boost productivity and… Read more »
Higher Food Prices Push Up October Inflation - Analysts
Vanguard, 7 November 2018
Nigeria's inflation rate has been projected to rise for the third consecutive month in October, driven by continued increase in food prices, occasioned by herdsmen attack on… Read more »
CBN Cuts Bills On Wheat, Milk, Rice, Others to U.S.$698 Million
This Day, 13 November 2018
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said it cut down bills on wheat, milk, rice, tomato and sugar in the past five years to $698.6 million. Read more »
World Bank - Nigeria, Others to Face Challenges If Inflation Rises
This Day, 14 November 2018
Further upward acceleration of global inflation from record low levels may impair efforts in emerging and developing economies such as Nigeria, to sustain the low inflation… Read more »
More Hardship for Nigerians As Inflation Rises Again
This Day, 28 October 2018
After recording 18 consecutive months of decline, inflation in Nigeria has taken a growth path, which is not to the benefit of the public, especially as prices of food items rise,… Read more »
How Importation Fuels Food Inflation in Nigeria
Daily Trust, 18 October 2018
Occasional rise and fall of prices of foodstuffs in Nigeria cannot be divorced from the country's heavy dependence on import of commodities. Read more »
Rising Inflation Triggers Fear of Interest Rate Hike
This Day, 17 October 2018
The renewed inflationary pressure in the economy may compel the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to raise interest rate just as it strives to maintain exchange rate stability,… Read more »
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