Nigeria is a middle income country that primarily generates revenue through its natural resources, particularly the export of oil, which puts the country among the 10 larger exporters of oil in the world and represents one third of Nigeria’s GDP. However, Nigeria’s economy also depends on agriculture, which provides employment for more than half the rural population.
Please, select year and panels to show the info.
- Very Good Practice
- Good Practice
- Weak Practice
- Very Weak Practice
- Missing Value
The National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) says it has made plans to help 77,400 people set up farms.
According to the agency, the farmers would be drawn from across the 774 local governments areas of the country.
Prospect of an average Nigerian owning land and houses is waning speedily following the unstable and harsh economic situations, which have greatly affected many businesses.
A war is brewing in Agudama-Epie community in Yenagoa Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, over moves by the Central Naval Command (CNC), Nigerian Navy, to demolish buildings around its headquarters, known as Camp Porbeni.