Obasanjo Urges DR Congo to Invest in Agriculture
Former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo has urged the Democratic Republic of Congo to invest in agriculture and particularly cassava, soybean, cowpea and plantain. Obasanjo said they if invest in these crops, they will be able to reduce the U.S.$50 billion that Africa is spending on importing food annually.
Obasanjo urges DR Congo to invest in agriculture.
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