Shehu Sani Reacts To Report Where 334 Nigerians Own 800 Dubai Properties Worth $152bn
Senator Shehu Sani has reacted to a news publication written by The Authority. The news publication written on the 22nd of March, 2020 was about 800 valuable properties worth $152bn in Dubai owned by 334 Nigerians. Reacting to the post on his verified Twitter account, the senator showed his dissatisfaction towards the investment and development been carried out in other countries by Nigerians when we have absolutely nothing to brag of in the country.
Shehu Sani Reacts As 334 Nigerians Reportly Own 800 Dubai Properties Worth $152Bn
Shehu Sani, a former senator for Kaduna Central, has taken on his verified Twitter page to react as 334 Nigerians reportedly own 800 Dubai properties worth 152 billion dollars. The outspoken activist, Shehu Sani who reacted to the report took to his microblogging, Twitter some minutes ago to say someone can imagine if the 152 billion dollars was returned to the country.
What North wants from Tinubu, by Arewa House
Northern Nigeria has made a clear demand from the new President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, asking him to prioritize security of the region, through revival of the agricultural sector to provide mass employment for the youths, many of whom were being recruited into crime and terrorism. Speaking with journalists in Kaduna, Dr. Shuaibu Shehu Aliyu, Director of the renowned Arewa House, Kaduna, stated that the North and the rest of the country will prosper under Tinubu's administration if he can use and apply his capacity and ability as he did to transform Lagos.
3 Foods Nigeria Produce More Than Any Other Country
Nigeria has 70.8 million hectares of agricultural land in total. This is split between 30.3 million hectares of meadows and pastures, 6.5 million hectares of permanent crops, and 34 million hectares of arable land. In Nigeria, households mostly grow maize, cassava, guinea corn, and yams, and 70% of households engage in crop cultivation.
Two Nigerian States With Fertile Land For Agricultural Production
Nigeria, often regarded as one of the wealthiest countries in Africa, heavily relies on crude oil exports for its economy. However, the nation possesses immense potential for agricultural development. In this article, we will explore two Nigerian states that boast fertile land, making them ideal for agricultural production and contributing to the country's economic growth.
Today's Headlines: I’m Still Young To Quit Politics — Ekwunife, Arsenal's Saka My Favourite Player — Sanwo-Olu
I’m Still Young To Quit Politics—Ekwunife The senator representing Anambra central senatorial zone, Sen. Uche Ekwunife on Saturday said it was not yet time to quit active politics, stressing she was rather young and active to retire. News Source: The Nation. Speaking to reporters in Awka, shortly after rendering account of her four years stewardship at the National Assembly, Ekwunife who lost out to Sen. Victor Umeh in the February 25 senatorial poll, however said she would temporarily return to her accounting profession as she waited for God’s direction.
Northern Nigerian Stakeholders Call for Tinubu's Attention to Security and Agriculture
A group of stakeholders from Northern Nigeria has called on President Bola Tinubu to prioritize security and revive the agricultural sector in order to tackle mass unemployment in the region. They believe that by focusing on agriculture, which has the potential to provide employment opportunities for the youth, the region can restore the peace it once enjoyed.
Buhari Gov’t Created 12M New Jobs – Presidency
Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, has stated that the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration created 12 million new jobs in the agriculture sector alone. In an interview on Channels TV's Sunrise Daily, Shehu highlighted the government's achievements in various areas such as security, power, and anti-corruption efforts.
AFAN Urges Tinubu to Address Farmer-Herder Conflicts for Food Security
Vanguard news reported that the All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN) has urged President Bola Tinubu to address farm-herder conflicts across the country in order to achieve food security. According to Arc Ibrahim Kabir, the National President of AFAN, the agricultural sector requires decisive action to stimulate production, distribution, and affordability.
Animal husbandry sees broad prospects in digitalization
Photo shows a breeding base of Haoyue Group, a leading player in the Chinese beef industry, in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin province. (Photo provided by Haoyue Group) By Meng Haiying, People's Daily In a breeding base of Haoyue Group, a leading beef product company, 800 fattening cattle are eating, pacing or enjoying massage therapies with the melodious sound of the piano.
WHO Urges Africa to Prioritize Food Production Over Tobacco Cultivation
The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged African nations to shift their agricultural focus from tobacco cultivation to food production. In a recent report, the WHO highlighted the need to support farmers in growing nutritious crops to combat hunger and malnutrition across the continent. The report highlighted that Africa's agricultural landscape is primarily dominated by tobacco production, which significantly limits the availability of arable land for growing essential food crops.
Sustainable Agriculture Practices For A Greener Future
As we face the challenges of climate change and dwindling natural resources, the need for sustainable agriculture practices has become more urgent than ever. By adopting eco-friendly farming methods, we can ensure a greener future for generations to come. Here are ten innovative and practical sustainable agriculture practices that promote environmental conservation and enhance food production.
Facility agriculture blazes trail of agricultural development on Xinjiang's desert
Workers check the growth of vegetables cultivated with soilless technique in a greenhouse in a facility agriculture base in Ahu township, Artux, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. (Photo by Zhai Ruzeng) By Jiang Yunlong, People's Daily Agriculture enjoys a long history in Kizilsu Kirgiz autonomous prefecture, a prefecture that boasts abundant sunlight in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Enhancing Food Security Through Agricultural Innovation
In a world grappling with a growing population and climate change, ensuring global food security has become a pressing challenge. Fortunately, agricultural innovation has emerged as a beacon of hope, offering transformative solutions to enhance food security. By harnessing technological advancements and sustainable practices, we can address the impending crisis and pave the way for a resilient and sustainable food system.
Northern Nigerian Stakeholders Call for Tinubu's Attention to Security and Agriculture
According to The Sun, On the 1st of June 2023, it was reported that voices from the northern region of Nigeria have called on President Bola Tinubu to prioritize security and revive the agricultural sector to address the issue of mass unemployment. These stakeholders believe that by focusing on agriculture, which has the potential to provide employment opportunities for the youth, many of whom are currently involved in criminal activities, the region can regain the peace it once knew.
President Buhari Signs Six Bills into Law Including NDIC and Arbitration Bills
President Muhammadu Buhari recently signed five bills into Nigerian law, including the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) and the Arbitration and Mediation Bills. Senator Babajide Omoworare, Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), confirmed that the President's signature was an essential component of Section 58 of the Constitution and was in adherence to the Acts Authentication Act Cap.
APC Responds to PDP's Claims of Inheriting a Dilapidated Economy in Ondo State
According to Vangaurd News report, in a recent exchange of political rhetoric, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has strongly countered the claims made by the People's Democratic Party (PDP) regarding the state of the economy in Ondo State. The ruling party firmly denies allegations that they inherited a dilapidated economy from the previous administration and instead emphasizes their efforts to stabilize and revitalize the economic landscape of the state.
3 Things Tinubu Must Consider In Appointing New Agric Minister – AFAN
Architect Kabiru Ibrahim is the national president of the All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN). In this interview with Daily Trust, he outlines three qualities that President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu must consider in appointing the Agriculture and Rural Development minister. Excerpts: What rating could you deliver the departing management in agriculture because the voice of farmers?
Today's Headlines:Suit against Tinubu’s swearing-in fixed for hearing today, Buhari commissions large-scale integrated rice mill in Abuja
Suit against Tinubu’s swearing-in fixed for hearing today The Court of Appeal, Abuja, will today hear the fresh suit seeking to stop the inauguration of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu on May 29 according to an order of the court. The petitioner, Ambrose Owuru, moved the suit to the Appellate Court upon its dismissal by Justice Inyang Edem Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja on January 30, 2023.
China, Central Asia to jointly build cooperation belt for high-quality development
Photo shows the Turgusun hydropower plant in Kazakhstan built by China Three Gorges Corporation. (Photo provided by China Three Gorges Corporation) By Gong Ming, Zhou Hanbo, People's Daily China has developed strategic partnerships with Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan since it established diplomatic ties with the five Central Asian countries 31 years ago, blazing a new path of good-neighborliness, friendship and win-win cooperation, thereby setting up a paradigm for a new type of international relations.