I am very pleased that young Nigerians are taking agriculture seriously – Hausa
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I am very pleased that young Nigerians are taking agriculture seriously
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I am very pleased that young Nigerians are taking agriculture seriously

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I am very pleased that young Nigerians are taking agriculture seriously. Through it we have the potential to feed our entire population, as well as to create jobs and prosperity for large numbers of Nigerians. I commend all the young entrepreneurs who are heeding the call.

Some States, like Kebbi, Ogun, Lagos, Jigawa, Ebonyi and Kano are also leading the way in taking advantage of the Federal Government’s policies on agriculture,and are already seeing results. I urge other States to emulate them, and plug into the ongoing revolution to feed Nigeria.
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We are taking our focus on agriculture to the next level. In our first term, we partnered with Morocco to revive abandoned fertilizer blending plants across the country, and also introduced the Anchor Borrowers’ Program to provide cheap credit to small scale farmers.

We also developed the food security program that provided capital to large scale food processors to enable them to off-take the grains produced by smallholder farmers. All of these, and more, aimed at addressing the value-chain issues confronting Agriculture in Nigeria.

Over the next four years we will continue to introduce and implement policies that will support cultivation and consumption of locally produced food items. Nigeria stands to benefit a lot, in terms of jobs, expansion of our rural economy, savings in our foreign reserves, and so on.

hausa Africa serves as a home to over 1.216 billion people, yet it's difficult for these 53 countries to communicate with each other due to 1250–3000 numerous languages present per country. Business and organisation face this same challenge as they look to expand to Africa. However, the Hausa language serves as a language for communication across West Africa which spans among other countries with over 170 million speakers.

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