Focus Report: Agriculture at the heart of Nigeria's economic development plans

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Recent years have seen renewed policy focus on agriculture as an important source of revenue for a diversified Nigerian economy, with plans to revitalise the sector centred on increasing local production and improving the value chain.

The report looks at the key role of agri-tech in supporting the country’s efforts to ensure food security for its growing population and create a more diversified, industrialised economic base. It also identifies local value-added activities that are ripe for growth, ranging from agro-processing to food and beverage manufacturing.

The report includes an interview with Osazuwa Osayi, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Farmforte.

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