President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to introduce new programmes and projects that will make agriculture more attractive to Nigerians and increase jobs in the sector.
Buhari - We Have Broken Fertilizer Jinx
Daily Trust, 11 March 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari has said his administration broke the fertilizer jinx and the product is now available in all local governments across the country at affordable rates. Read more »
Soil, earth, land, farming.
More Measures to Boost Agriculture Coming - Buhari
Vanguard, 10 March 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari Sunday in Daura promised to introduce new programmes and projects that will make agriculture more attractive to Nigerians and increase jobs in the… Read more »
Putting Buhari's Next Level Proposition On the Crucible
Guardian, 11 March 2019
While there is jubilation on the All Progressives Congress's camp and disbelief in the camp of Peoples Democratic Party, there is disquiet in the minds of many Nigerians what… Read more »
Those Who Worked Behind the Scene for Buhari's Victory
Even before former President Olusegun Obasanjo wrote his legendary public statement and the Fourth Republic's vice president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, left the ruling All… Read more »
Upon the announcement that incumbent Muhammadu Buhari had won the election, the stock markets plummeted, losing at least U.S.$1.5 billion. Analysts attributed this loss to investor ... Read more »
Many Nigerians say that President Muhammadu Buhari needs to do more in the area of creating employment, reviving the economy, tackling corruption and defeating Boko Haram, but will ... Read more »
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