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COTE D’IVOIRE SENDS TEAM TO NIGERIA TO UNDERSTUDY IITA’S MODEL

Cote d’Ivoire, Africa’s largest cocoa producer, has sent a delegation to Nigeria to understudy the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture’s (IITA) Youth Agripreneur (IYA) model as part of efforts to revamp its agriculture and address its growing youth unemployment, IITA has said. The 10-man delegation understudying the IYA model was led by Karitia Caulibaly, Continue Reading
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COCOA ASSOCIATION REITERATES COMMITMENT TO 10-YEAR INDUSTRY AGENDA

• To create 550,000 jobs • To increase revenue by N4.353 trillion • To increase output from 230,000 to 714,000mt The Cocoa Association of Nigeria (CAN) has again reiterated its 10-year agenda for the cocoa industry along the value chains. The agenda includes institutionalisation of cocoa economy finance products and services; maintaining formidable farmer associations; Continue Reading
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ONDO GOVT DISTRIBUTES 400,000 COCOA, CASHEW SEEDLINGS TO FARMERS

NO fewer than 400,000 cocoa seedlings and 25,000 cashew seedlings were distributed by Ondo state government to farmers across the 18 local government areas of the state. Speaking during the distribution of the seedlings, the state Governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, stated that the initiative was part of the state government effort in repositioning cocoa as […]Continue Reading
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How Cocoa Farming In Nigeria Is Great Opportunity To Make It

Cocoa Farming in Africa presents one of the brightest investment opportunity to local and foreign investors in agribusiness in this region. Cocoa has been and will remain one of the fastest selling agricultural products in both local and international market. Once you have it planted and nurtured to maturity, you harvest cash from it for many decades. […]Continue Reading