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Flood: 2779 farmers get federal government agric intervention in Delta

No fewer than 2,779 farmers impacted by 2018 flood are to benefit from the federal government agricultural intervention programme of in Delta State.

Katsina: 45,000 rice farmers to benefit from anchor borrower programme

45,000 registered rice farmers across 34 local government areas of Katsina would benefit from Federal Government’s anchor borrower agricultural programme under the current farming season in Katsina State.

Boko Haram: Adamawa IDPs get support to resume farming

Years after they were forced by Boko Haram to flee their homes, about 4000 farming households in Adamawa State have received free farm inputs from the the federal government to resume crop production.

ABP: 500 Bayelsa rice farmers receive inputs

No fewer than 500 rice farmers in Bayelsa have received various farm inputs under the first phase of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Anchor Borrowers’ Programme.

Federal govt offers input to 40, 000 rice farmers in Zamfara, Kebbi

More than 40, 000 rice farmers are to receive farming inputs from the Federal Government in Kebbi and Zamfara for dry season farming, local officials said on Monday.

VSF donates farm inputs to 500 farmers in Borno

The Victims Support Fund (VSF), on Tuesday donated farm inputs to over 500 farmers in Kukawa area of Borno State as part of the effort to revolutionised dry season farming in the area.

Rehabilitation: Fadama lll AF ll supports 520 households in Yobe

The Yobe State Fadama III Additional Financing (AF) ll project has distributed food assistance, Irrigation support, livestock and animal feeds to 520 households in the state.

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Beijing imposes mandatory mask-wearing in schools

Beijing education authorities on Friday said that staff and students shall wear masks at school and only take them off on outdoor occasions where there are no crowds and no contacts.

Nnamdi Kanu condemns arrest of 70 Biafrans, writes UK, U.S to intervene

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, Friday, condemned the arrest of seventy, (70) Biafrans in Imo state.

Professor Soyombo: I’ve resumed as UNILAG acting vice-chancellor

The newly appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Professor Theophilus Soyombo, said he has resumed office.
The Executive Director of NFVCB, Mr Adebayo Thomas, made the call in an interview on Sunday in Abuja.

Censors board seizes, destroys illicit films worth N3.5 billion in three years

The National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) has seized and destroyed pornographic and other unapproved films and video works worth N3.5 billion in three years.

Nigeria signs MoU with India over space cooperation

Nigeria and the Indian Government have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the usage and exploration of the outer space.