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APC/PRESIDENT BUHARI’S LED GOVERNMENT SHOULD INVEST MORE ON AGRICULTURE TO ENABLE HIS GOVERNMENT MOVE THE COUNTRY (NIGERIA) FORWARD AND AT THE SAME TIME FEED HER CITIZENS PROPERLY.

APC/PRESIDENT BUHARI’S LED GOVERNMENT SHOULD INVEST MORE ON AGRICULTURE TO ENABLE HIS GOVERNMENT MOVE THE COUNTRY (NIGERIA) FORWARD AND AT THE SAME TIME FEED HER CITIZENS PROPERLY.

APC/PRESIDENT BUHARI’S LED GOVERNMENT SHOULD INVEST MORE ON AGRICULTURE TO ENABLE HIS GOVERNMENT MOVE THE COUNTRY (NIGERIA) FORWARD AND AT THE SAME TIME FEED HER CITIZENS PROPERLY.
Viewers Corner News and the advisory team is appealing to president Buhari and his government to please invest more on agriculture. Local farmers in the country (Nigeria) should be given more incentives by improving on their systems of farming possibly through mechanized system because the amount of money spent on certain food imports annually based on Viewers Corner News findings would always drain the treasury of the country (Nigeria). If half of such huge amount (one trillion Naira) of money is given to the farmers in the country after careful reforms on agriculture have been carried out, then it would most definitely reduce the amount Nigerian government is spending on importation of various food items into the country. Nigeria has fertile lands to grow her crops and if this aspect is done with honesty, we believe that in the near future food shortage would be a thing of the past in the country (Nigeria).  Again if an individual does not have much cash in his possession but at least the little he or she has should be enough to buy some good and nourishing food to eat. Any country that have enough to eat through growing her own foods would always move forward, therefore now is the time to get started and do what is right for the people of the country (Nigeria).
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