Wednesday, 6th July 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Experts highlight challenges facing Agricultural Value Chain

By TVC News Nigeria
06 August 2019   |   8:35 am
In this report, experts identified challenges Agricultural Value Chain in Nigeria and proffer solutions

Related

11 Feb 2018
'Cattle colonies' not intended to seize peoples' land - agricultural minister.
4 Mar 2018
Agricultural Development - FG says programme will produce 1Mn tonnes fertiliser.
27 Apr 2018
Nigerian states record success in agricultural production.
3 Jul 2018
In the next 5-10 years, agriculture in Nigeria will experience a revolution. That's according to Ayoola Oduntant, Group MD at Diversay Solutions.
17 Jan 2019
Agriculture contributed 25.5 per cent to Nigeria's nominal GDP in the third quarter of 2018. Lois Sankey, Head of Agrifinance Emerging businesses at Diamond Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss the outlook for the sector this year
5 May 2019
In Rwanda about 400,000 smallholder farmers produce coffee and depend on the crop's revenues for their livelihood. CNBC Africa's Fiona Muthoni traveled about 140 kilometres away from the capital city of Kigali on a quest to understand how the country’s coffee value chain can be improved.
6 Aug 2019
In this report, experts identified challenges Agricultural Value Chain in Nigeria and proffer solutions
8 Sep 2019
CEO of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) and Subsidiaries, Adesola Adeduntan says the objective of the Bank’s Agric Expo is to support the goal of the Federal Government of Nigeria to make Agriculture a mainstream in the country. To discuss this, he joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.
4 Sep 2019
The Federal Government of Nigeria needs to bring back the Directorate of Foods, Roads and Rural Infrastructure programme (DFRRI), as a means to revamp the country’s agricultural sector. This is according to Akinola Olotu, Senior Special Adviser on Agric and Agribusiness to Nigeria’s Ondo State Government. On the sidelines of First Bank of Nigeria’s 2019 Agric Expo, he joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.
12 Sep 2019
President of Nigeria's Manufacturers Association (MAN), Mansur Ahmed says year-long engagements with key stakeholders, government across levels, Afreximbank and an extensive study of the AfCFTA's impact on its operations have assured manufacturers in Nigeria that opportunities presented by the trade agreement outweigh its risks. On the side-lines of the AGM of the Manufacturer's Association on Nigeria, he joins CNBC Africa's Christy Cole for more.
28 Sep 2019
Ahmed Lawan speaks on Nigeria's agricultural sector
11 Nov 2019
Great attention is required to increase the quantity and quality of Cocoa production in Nigeria. It is estimated that over 4.5 million tonnes of cocoa beans is consumed annually with the prospect of the figure increasing