Nigeria may experience worse hike in food prices beyond 2021

The National President of All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN), Kabir Ibrahim, said, with the present skyrocketing of food prices, it is going to be more costly for the nation to feed itself if there is no bumper harvest from the 2021 wet and dry season farming.

Ibrahim called on the Federal and State governments to work the talk in agriculture thereby targeting the real farmers.

He called on the Federal government to consider evidence-based policies and programs, taking lessons from interventions and other countries that have been successful.

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