Insecurity Challenge: Potato Farmers Cannot Go To Their Farms Again― POFAN President
The National President of Potato Farmers Association of Nigeria (POFAN), Chief Daniel Okafor has said that the worsening security situation in the country has made it difficult for potato farmers to access their farms either for harvest or planting. NIGERIAN TRIBUNE reports.
Chief Okafor said this during the Unveiling/Launching of Training Handbook on Sweet-potato (OFSP) Value Chain Development /Presentation of Logical Framework for 2022.
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“Insecurity is a very big challenge which everybody knows in Nigeria today as the major cause of food scarcity. Our farmers cannot go to their farms either to plant or harvest the planted crops due to insecurity around them”. Information Guide Nigeria
“We believe that successful implementation of this Value Chain Development Initiative in Nigeria will help the country to achieve food secured nation at ease as potatoes can thrive well in all parts of this country”. jamb results
“We compiled this handbook to help us know the direction to follow to produce globally acceptable sweet potato and OFSP in particular”.
“The book covered everything you need to know about sweet potato production and other value chains developmental aspects including gender issues in agriculture”.