Insecurity has enveloped the country that people are now left to the mercy of terrorism and banditry in the nation. The National President of All Farmers Association of Nigeria, Kabir Ibrahim has explained that he hasn't visited his farm since the last two years.
Kabir disclosed this statement while being investigated by Sahara reporters, he added that the security challenges in the North-west has greatly affected the agricultural sector. He blamed the rising food price on the insecurity because the farmers aren't able to harvest and plant their crops again. Mr. Ibrahim is from Katsina and he last visited his farm in the region since 2018. According to him, farmers are being abducted, kidnapped and killed even in their own hectares of land.
He concluded by saying that the agricultural sector generates an estimated 36 million naira annually, and 72 million in two years.
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Source: Sahara reporters news
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