Nigeria to start rice exportation soon, says RIFAN

Nigeria to start rice exportation soon, says RIFAN

1/18/2022 1:32:00 PM

Nigeria to start rice exportation soon, says RIFAN

President Buhari is unveiling rice pyramids in Abuja.

says the country will commence exportation of rice in the near future to engender the twin benefits of food security and economic diversification.Ado Hassan, Secretary of the Kano State chapter of RIFAN, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sidelines of the unveiling of the mega rice pyramids in Abuja.

NAN reports that the pyramids, to be unveiled by President Muhammadu Buhari, is a joint project between the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) under its Anchor Borrowers Programme, and RIFAN.Mr Hassan dispelled insinuations that the rice pyramids on display were not solely rice, adding that the commodity was brought in by rice farmers in virtually all states of the country.

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Abracadabra. The man and his garment. Hmmm Very funny we must first of all make it cheap, available affordable internally before we start thinking of exporting it One must give credit where credit is due. Hon GEJ put effort and energy into 9ja rice production and PMB continued the initiative. To which country please

When we can't afford it at a low cost in this country? RIFAN, na only una go chop una rice at 30000 per bag. Mtcheww! Huh. Let's have food sustainability first. Exporting it Iswap or Boko Haram? How soon? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Farmers group says price of rice to fall as Buhari launches pyramidsThe rice pyramids were built with one million bags of rice paddy planted and harvested from states across the country. Sai Buhari... Did you ever see Indonesia, Cambodia, etc doing nonsense like this? Just comedians in this country. Political propaganda jare. All we need to see is a reflection in the market, shikenan. Noise,noise & just noise, that's our trade mark!!!

We no even rice chop they wan export rice. Wetin we no go see for this 9ja Malamjesus

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