Nigeria’s oil production capacity now stands at about 1.9 million barrels per day, the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu said last week.
The governments of Lagos and Kebbi States have signed a joint venture agreement for the establishment of a modern and commercially viable rice mill complex aimed at increasing Nigeria’s capacity to grow and produce rice for local consumption and enhancing the country’s food sufficiency.
The Kano State Government on Thursday in Kano formally launched the state/CBN Anchor Borrowers Scheme in its efforts to diversify agricultural production for food security, job creation and economic diversification.
Manufacturers Association of Nigeria Inaugurates Large Corporation Group to Boost Manufacturing in Nigeria
The Manufacturing Association of Nigeria has inaugurated its Large Corporation Group, which will amongst other things come up with policy recommendations that will lead to a conducive economic and social climate for the operation and development for large scale industries in Nigeria.
President of the Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, yesterday declared intention to establish a $10M US tomatoes production plant in Kaduna State.
Managing safely is synonymous to safe and efficient production. Yet not many businesses make that connection until it’s too late. All too often they suffer a death blow before sitting down to examine what went wrong.
Chinese investors have indicated interest to establish an integrated state-of-the-art rice mill in Akwa Ibom as a means of boosting rice production.
President Muhammadu Buhari, will on Tuesday, November 17 officially launch N20billion ‘Anchor Borrowers’ Programme’ (ABP) which the Central Bank of Nigeria has set aside for rice farmers across the country.
President Muhammadu Buhari has restated that his administration is determined to make Nigeria self-sufficient in food production with the capability to export 10 million tons of grains and processed food by 2019.