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CBN, Farmers Move To Reduce Price Of Rice

The Central Bank of Nigeria and the Rice farmers Association of Nigeria have concluded plans to distribute 27,000 metric tonnes of rice...

Customs Seizes 513 Bags Of Rice Worth N22m In Kwara

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) Strike Force in Zone B, Kwara State axis, has intercepted smugglers and seized 513 bags of foreign...

JUST IN: Kano, IGP, others bow, unseal rice factory

After vacillating for about three weeks, the Kano State Government, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and two others have complied with...

Nigeria to begin rice export in 2 years – Minister

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr Sabo Nanono, said on Tuesday in Abuja that Nigeria would hopefully begin exporting rice...

Rice farmers want CBN to reschedule loan repayment plan

Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN), has appealed to Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), to reschedule its loan repayment plan for rice...

Govt to gain $56m from sugar production

The Executive Secretary, National Sugar Development Council, Dr Latif Busari, has said that reduced importation of sugar and increase in local production...

Food imports gulped $14bn in five years — CBN

Food product imports gobbled up $14.05bn of the foreign exchange supplied by the Central Bank of Nigeria in the last five years,...

Border closure to save Nigeria $400m – Rice growers

The Rice Processors Association of Nigeria on Thursday backed the Federal Government’s closure of the land border with Benin Republic and other...

RIPAN to begin sale of rice at N13,300 per bag

The Rice Processors Association of Nigeria on Thursday said the association has agreed to sell rice for between N13,300 and N14,000 per bag.

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