Farmers Seek Support For UN’s Zero Hunger Programme In Nigeria

A group of Farmers in Nigeria under the aegis Zero Hunger Commodity Associations has urged government at all levels to support the Zero Hunger Nigeria Programme to achieve its targets and objectives, particularly through farmer friendly programmes.

The association, a subsidiary of the United Nations Committee – Zero Hunger Nigeria Forum –  made the appeal in a communique issued by the National Coordinator of the association, Dr Tunde Arosanyin. to National NewsBeam,  on Sunday after its meeting in Abuja.

The farmers’ group sought a collaboration with the Commodity Exchange Market of Nigeria and the Nigeria Export and Import Bank (NEXIM) so as to guarantee good returns on farm produce locally and internationally.

“That Research Institutions and Extension Services be adequately funded by the Federal Government and State Government for the effective performance of the Agricultural sector”, the communique read in part.

It als explained that the meeting rose affirming their belief in the  Agricultural Revolution Programmes of President Muhammadu Buhari through Green Alternative Roadmap as a veritable channel to improve agricultural production in Nigeria.

The association, however, resolved that government should encourage  appropriate implementation strategy that will be all inclusive.

The body said that it appreciated the leadership qualities of Chief  Olusegun Obasanjo, who is the chairman of the Zero Hunger Nigeria  Forum, towards the development of the agricultural sector of the  country’s economy.

Zero Hunger programme was a brainchild of the United Nations towards actualizing the Substainable Development Goals from 2016 – 2030.




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