Training Programs

We organize periodic training programs and workshops to educate intending and existing farmers on best agricultural practices to improve yield, mitigate risks and ultimately make farming more rewarding.



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Olam Reiterates Commitment To Development Of Nigeria’s Agriculture

ONE of the major players on the Nigerian agricultural turf, Olam Nigeria Limited, has reiterated its commitment to the development of Nigeria’s agricultural value chain. The agric firm, in an anniversary meesage to commemorate the country’s 60th independence anniversary, noted that it would continuously support and contribute meaningfully to Nigeria’s agricultural value chain as well as its overall economic growth and aspirations. Country Head, Olam Nigeria Limited, Mukul Mathur, described Nigeria as one of Africa’s most vibrant...

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Dangote Advocates Total Ban on Tomato Importation

The Federal Government has been charged to take a bold step in implementing a total ban on the importation of tomato into the country in order to boost national food security. This call was made by the Managing Director of Dangote Tomato Processing Plant, Abdulkarim Kaita who bemoaned the proliferation of foreign tomatoes in the country. The MD made the call while flagging off the distribution of tomato seedlings to 5,000 farmers under the CBN Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP) on Thursday at Kadawa village in Kura LGA of Kano State,...

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Agriculture in Nigeria and The Way Forward

A few weeks before Nigeria’s 60th anniversary, President Muhammadu Buhari directed that food and fertilizer importers should not be given access to foreign exchange by the Central Bank of Nigeria. He added that the country would rather empower more local farmers, and use agriculture as a means to solve unemployment among youths. “We have a lot of able-bodied young people willing to work, and agriculture is the answer,” he stated. President Buhari’s comments should not come as a surprise to anyone, as he has focused heavily on...

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