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Nigeria Supplies 50% Of Seeds Used In West Africa – NASC DG

Nigeria Supplies 50% Of Seeds Used In West Africa – NASC DG   

The Director-General of National Agricultural Seeds Council (NASC) has said that Nigeria supplies more than 50 percent of seeds used in West Africa. Information Guide Nigeria

According to VOICE OF NIGERIA, the Director-General of the Council, Dr Philip Ojo, stated this during a road march for quality seeds to commemorate the 2021 annual SEEDCONNECT Africa Conference and Exhibition held in Abuja.

VOICE OF NIGERIA reports that the event was aimed at promoting the use of improved quality seeds and other agriculture-enhancing technology for productivity.

The campaign was led by the Minister of Agriculture, Dr Mohammad Abubakar.

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Speaking at the event, Dr. Phillip Ojo said other countries in West Africa are interested in studying its seed production system.

“Other countries in West Africa are coming to learn what makes us big in seed production. Jamb Result

“Countries such as Cote d’Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Gambia, and Ghana will be coming with their delegates to study what we are doing here.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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