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Audu Ogbeh

30 Jun 2018
Agriculture is becoming more profitable, that's according to Audu Ogbeh, Nigeria's Agriculture Minister.
21 Jun 2018
Contrary to the position of Minister of Defence, Masur Dan Ali, Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh on Tuesday said the persistent clashes between farmers and herdsmen have no link with the anti-open grazing law passed by some states.
13 Feb 2018
Audu Ogbeh, Nyesom Wike seven others to receive Zik Prize In Leadership.
8 Feb 2018
People forget that the Herdsman is also a farmer - Audu Ogbeh
25 Jan 2018
Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, announced during the FEC press briefing that locusts and quella birds from neighbouring Niger Republic have invaded farms in parts of Borno and Adamawa States.
29 Sep 2017
Nigeria's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh joins CNBC Africa for updates in Nigeria's agriculture sector.
31 May 2017
Nigeria's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Audu Ogbeh says the country has no business importing rice by the end of the year and would begin exporting in December.

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