FG threatens to shutdown fertiliser plants over diversion

Vanguard Newspaper - August 9, 2016

The Federal Government has said it would shut down fertiliser producing plants who are into diversion of the essential commodity meant for farmers.
Security breach: Count us out, says Indorama

The nation Newspaper - August 07, 2016

TheManagement of Indorama Eleme Fertilizer and Chemicals (IEFCL) yesterday denied involvement in the alleged sabotage of the national economy and security through their export of fertilizers to the detriment of Nigerian farmers.
On the two major Nigeria-based companies accused of aiding terrorists

The cable  - August 7, 2016

The National Security Adviser (NSA) has accused two major Nigeria-based companies of sabotaging the government’s fight against terrorism and militancy.
Cheques can now be paid into savings accounts – CBN

ByBusinessNews Staffon - August 4, 2016

The Central Bank of Nigeria on Tuesday released four new guidelines for the banking industry, top of which was an approval for bank customers to make cheque deposits into their savings accounts.
NSCDC arrests five for adulterating fertilizer

Punch Newspaper - August 5, 2016

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps on Thursday said it had arrested five people suspected to be dealing in adulterated fertilizer.
Farmers Canvass Scrapping Of GES Scheme

Some farmers in Lagos on Thursday called for the scrapping of the Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GES),Scheme because of the perceived fraud it encourages in the agricultural sector.
Fertilizer manufacturers illegally exporting products – NSA

The Nation Newspaper - August 04, 2016

The National Security Adviser, (NSA) Major General Mohammed Babagana Monguno rtd, accused two major fertilizer manufacturing companies in Nigeria of illegally exporting 71 percent of their total production thereby starving Nigerian farmers and endangering both food and national security.
Govt to launch graduate farmer initiative in 12 river basins

Thisday Newspaper  -  August 1, 2016

The federal government is set to launch a graduate farmer initiative in 12 River Basins in the country as 50 graduates are expected to be trained per river basin in varied areas of agricultural production.
Minister urges Nigerians to set up plantations

Leadership Newspaper -  August 1, 2016

The Minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has advised Nigerians to set up plantations to boost food production in the country.
NIRSAL to increase lending to farmers to 10%

Tunga Media – August 1, 2016

The Managing Director of the Nigeria Incentive Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending (NIRSAL), Mr Aliyu Hameed, has said the agency is planning to increase total value of agricultural lending – from the current 1.4% towards 10% of the total bank lending by 2026.
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