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FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by larryman98: 8:23am On Apr 03, 2018
LAGOS—The Federal Government is to initiate an awareness campaign to sensitise Nigerians on inherent dangers in consuming imported rice, and accused neighbouring Benin Republic and Cameroon of making policies to undermine the country’s rice revolution.

Speaking at a briefing in Lagos, weekend, where he paraded the administration’s successes in agriculture, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said six million more Nigerians had started rice farming since the advent of Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

The increase in rice production, he said, had in the last three years created thousands of jobs in direct and indirect jobs, with N250 billion in investments expected to boost the country’s rice milling capacity in the year. Bags of rice Noting that Nigeria was on the way towards self-sufficiency in rice production by 2020, the minister, nevertheless, expressed concern that foreign rice producing nations, aided by Benin, were undermining the plans of the Federal Government. Mohammed said: “The agricultural revolution in general and the rice revolution in particular, have taken millions of Nigerians out of poverty. “As a matter of fact, today, 60 percent of rice eaten in Nigeria is produced in Nigeria.

In the words of the rice processors, the rice revolution alone is enough to guarantee re-election for President Buhari, if he decides to run again.” Appeals for local patronage Continuing, the minister said: “We want to use this opportunity to appeal to Nigerians to complement the efforts of the government by consuming only locally-grown and processed rice. It is fresher. It is tastier. It is healthier. It has not spent months on the high seas and warehouses.

“We don’t know where or how imported rice is made or how old it is. It is reported that most of the rice dumped on us are old and probably rejects. “The citizens of those countries do not eat this rice. The citizens of Benin also do not eat it. But they send it to us.

Unhealthy foods are dangerous to health. So let’s eat what we can vouch for.” … on economic importance Also speaking on the economic importance of eating local rice, the minister said: “But Nigerians should remember that every time they eat imported rice, they are eating the jobs that would have been created for Nigerians and instead funding the creation of jobs in the source countries.

“Just imagine that less than three years into the rice revolution, millions of jobs have been created in the whole value chain. “It is important for Nigerians to know that when they consume imported rice, they are creating jobs in India and Thailand and destroying jobs across our country. Today we have rice farmers in all states and all geopolitical zones.

“In fact, most of us have friends and relatives who are farming rice. So if we don’t patronise their product, we are destroying their livelihoods. “We are embarking on a massive nationwide campaign to sensitise our compatriots to the need to support the rice revolution by consuming local rice. Nigerians are patriots. They want more jobs. “They will support the rice revolution and Nigeria will become self-sufficient in rice sooner than we have stated.

The country has never been closer to self-sufficiency in rice, a national staple, than now. “Our target is to achieve self-sufficiency in our paddy production in two years— by 2020. The result is the exponential growth in local rice production that has now moved us closer to ending rice importation.”

Fall in importation, smuggling On the how the rice revolution has affected importation, Mohammed said: “Within two years, rice importation from Thailand fell from 644,131 Metric Tons (in September 2015) to 20,000 MT (in September 2017). “That’s over 90 percent drop. Let me put things in perspective. So far, less than 100 billion Naira has been spent on the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme that has achieved so much.” Lamenting the impact of rice smuggling on the country, he said: “The total demand for white rice (white rice is consumed in Benin, against parboiled rice in Nigeria) is 400,000 MT. Yet the country, with a population of about 11 million, imports between one million and 1.2 million MT of rice annually. Who are they importing for? Nigerians, of course.

“In fact, as Nigeria’s rice import falls, Benin’s rice import increases. Most of the parboiled rice imported by Benin eventually lands in Nigeria through smuggling. “Both Cameroon and Benin Republics have lowered tariff payable on rice to zero and five percent, respectively, to encourage importation and subsequent smuggling of the product into Nigeria.” “At present, smuggled rice costs between N11,000 and N13,000 per 50kg bag.

Nigerian processed rice sells for between N14,500 and N15,000 per 50kg bag. “Smuggled rice is sourced mainly from Thailand and India— both countries give a high level of subsidies to rice farmers and rice processors.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/04/fg-accuses-benin-cameroon-republics-sabotaging-local-rice-production/

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by omowolewa: 8:37am On Apr 03, 2018
Blames now being exported.

Why not include France and Thailand

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by softmind24: 8:38am On Apr 03, 2018
Always blaming

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by bjayx: 8:40am On Apr 03, 2018
All they do is blames
I ain't reading shiiit

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by cashreport: 8:41am On Apr 03, 2018
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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by 4kDdullard: 8:42am On Apr 03, 2018
This is the only thing these criminals have achieved in 3 years

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by CowHard: 8:46am On Apr 03, 2018
They have gone international......
APC right now

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Blue3k2: 10:41am On Apr 03, 2018
Why are these guys in love with making wild statements. I really wonder do they even think before speaking. Why are you guys allowing exporters to bring in rejected rice.

“We don’t know where or how imported rice is made or how old it is. It is reported that most of the rice dumped on us are old and probably rejects. “The citizens of those countries do not eat this rice. The citizens of Benin also do not eat it. But they send it to us. Unhealthy foods are dangerous to health. So let’s eat what we can vouch for.”

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by imhotep: 10:42am On Apr 03, 2018
larryman98:
LAGOS—The Federal Government is to initiate an awareness campaign to sensitise Nigerians on inherent dangers in consuming imported rice, and accused neighbouring Benin Republic and Cameroon of making policies to undermine the country’s rice revolution. Speaking at a briefing in Lagos, weekend, where he paraded the administration’s successes in agriculture, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said six million more Nigerians had started rice farming since the advent of Muhammadu Buhari’s administration. The increase in rice production, he said, had in the last three years created thousands of jobs in direct and indirect jobs, with N250 billion in investments expected to boost the country’s rice milling capacity in the year. Bags of rice Noting that Nigeria was on the way towards self-sufficiency in rice production by 2020, the minister, nevertheless, expressed concern that foreign rice producing nations, aided by Benin, were undermining the plans of the Federal Government. Mohammed said: “The agricultural revolution in general and the rice revolution in particular, have taken millions of Nigerians out of poverty. “As a matter of fact, today, 60 percent of rice eaten in Nigeria is produced in Nigeria. In the words of the rice processors, the rice revolution alone is enough to guarantee re-election for President Buhari, if he decides to run again.” Appeals for local patronage Continuing, the minister said: “We want to use this opportunity to appeal to Nigerians to complement the efforts of the government by consuming only locally-grown and processed rice. It is fresher. It is tastier. It is healthier. It has not spent months on the high seas and warehouses. “We don’t know where or how imported rice is made or how old it is. It is reported that most of the rice dumped on us are old and probably rejects. “The citizens of those countries do not eat this rice. The citizens of Benin also do not eat it. But they send it to us. Unhealthy foods are dangerous to health. So let’s eat what we can vouch for.” … on economic importance Also speaking on the economic importance of eating local rice, the minister said: “But Nigerians should remember that every time they eat imported rice, they are eating the jobs that would have been created for Nigerians and instead funding the creation of jobs in the source countries. “Just imagine that less than three years into the rice revolution, millions of jobs have been created in the whole value chain. “It is important for Nigerians to know that when they consume imported rice, they are creating jobs in India and Thailand and destroying jobs across our country. Today we have rice farmers in all states and all geopolitical zones. “In fact, most of us have friends and relatives who are farming rice. So if we don’t patronise their product, we are destroying their livelihoods. “We are embarking on a massive nationwide campaign to sensitise our compatriots to the need to support the rice revolution by consuming local rice. Nigerians are patriots. They want more jobs. “They will support the rice revolution and Nigeria will become self-sufficient in rice sooner than we have stated. The country has never been closer to self-sufficiency in rice, a national staple, than now. “Our target is to achieve self-sufficiency in our paddy production in two years— by 2020. The result is the exponential growth in local rice production that has now moved us closer to ending rice importation.” Fall in importation, smuggling On the how the rice revolution has affected importation, Mohammed said: “Within two years, rice importation from Thailand fell from 644,131 Metric Tons (in September 2015) to 20,000 MT (in September 2017). “That’s over 90 percent drop. Let me put things in perspective. So far, less than 100 billion Naira has been spent on the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme that has achieved so much.” Lamenting the impact of rice smuggling on the country, he said: “The total demand for white rice (white rice is consumed in Benin, against parboiled rice in Nigeria) is 400,000 MT. Yet the country, with a population of about 11 million, imports between one million and 1.2 million MT of rice annually. Who are they importing for? Nigerians, of course. “In fact, as Nigeria’s rice import falls, Benin’s rice import increases. Most of the parboiled rice imported by Benin eventually lands in Nigeria through smuggling. “Both Cameroon and Benin Republics have lowered tariff payable on rice to zero and five percent, respectively, to encourage importation and subsequent smuggling of the product into Nigeria.” “At present, smuggled rice costs between N11,000 and N13,000 per 50kg bag. Nigerian processed rice sells for between N14,500 and N15,000 per 50kg bag. “Smuggled rice is sourced mainly from Thailand and India— both countries give a high level of subsidies to rice farmers and rice processors.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/04/fg-accuses-benin-cameroon-republics-sabotaging-local-rice-production/
They dont want to blame GEJ again grin grin

cc lzaa onyeoga

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Tyche(m): 10:58am On Apr 03, 2018
What about those Thailand Rice Mill we collapsed?

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by OnyeOGA(m): 12:21pm On Apr 03, 2018
imhotep:

They dont want to blame GEJ again grin grin

cc lzaa onyeoga
cheesy
am telling you. That Ijaw man don die for their hand.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by LZAA: 12:44pm On Apr 03, 2018
imhotep:
They dont want to blame GEJ again grin grin
cc lzaa onyeoga
grin

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Tracypacy(f): 1:06pm On Apr 03, 2018
@alibabagcfr
I have known Aliko Dangote for nearly 23 years now. Met him the first time in the company of the owner of Harka Airline... years ago. And 5 years after that meeting we became friends. So when I told him I wanted to give out some cash to people who want to do better business, he gave me N25m to distribute this week on Instagram. Only those who need it need to apply. No DMs please. Because in truth... you need to count the number of comments on the Steve Rhodes post to know what our problems are
Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by NonFarmPayrol: 1:06pm On Apr 03, 2018
Tyche:
What about those Thailand Rice Mill we collapsed?


last we heard they grew bigger than ever after nigeria "collapsed" them with their "mouth"



grin grin grin

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by gbegemaster(m): 1:07pm On Apr 03, 2018
Government of propaganda.

The new one now is "Rice Wars".

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by matotoide(m): 1:07pm On Apr 03, 2018
It's another one!

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Nairalanddist: 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
angry
Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by victorazyvictor(m): 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
imhotep:
They dont want to blame GEJ again grin grin
cc lzaa onyeoga
It has been exported.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by tribalistseun: 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
Blame game again? Honestly, Buhari as an illiterate dey make me shame for Nigeria. Why Benin and Cameroon?


Meanwhile, the FULANI CUSTOMS are not worried about the CHAD AND NIGER REPUBLIC where Thailand rice is coming in for the Northerners including weapons and COWS.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Yeeyo: 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
Present Government they only specialise on blaming people for their inability to carryout there national duty.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by priceaction: 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
No more PDP, now inter country blame.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Nobody: 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
larryman98:
LAGOS—The Federal Government is to initiate an awareness campaign to sensitise Nigerians on inherent dangers in consuming imported rice, and accused neighbouring Benin Republic and Cameroon of making policies to undermine the country’s rice revolution.

Speaking at a briefing in Lagos, weekend, where he paraded the administration’s successes in agriculture, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said six million more Nigerians had started rice farming since the advent of Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

The increase in rice production, he said, had in the last three years created thousands of jobs in direct and indirect jobs, with N250 billion in investments expected to boost the country’s rice milling capacity in the year. Bags of rice Noting that Nigeria was on the way towards self-sufficiency in rice production by 2020, the minister, nevertheless, expressed concern that foreign rice producing nations, aided by Benin, were undermining the plans of the Federal Government. Mohammed said: “The agricultural revolution in general and the rice revolution in particular, have taken millions of Nigerians out of poverty. “As a matter of fact, today, 60 percent of rice eaten in Nigeria is produced in Nigeria.

In the words of the rice processors, the rice revolution alone is enough to guarantee re-election for President Buhari, if he decides to run again.” Appeals for local patronage Continuing, the minister said: “We want to use this opportunity to appeal to Nigerians to complement the efforts of the government by consuming only locally-grown and processed rice. It is fresher. It is tastier. It is healthier. It has not spent months on the high seas and warehouses.

“We don’t know where or how imported rice is made or how old it is. It is reported that most of the rice dumped on us are old and probably rejects. “The citizens of those countries do not eat this rice. The citizens of Benin also do not eat it. But they send it to us.

Unhealthy foods are dangerous to health. So let’s eat what we can vouch for.” … on economic importance Also speaking on the economic importance of eating local rice, the minister said: “But Nigerians should remember that every time they eat imported rice, they are eating the jobs that would have been created for Nigerians and instead funding the creation of jobs in the source countries.

“Just imagine that less than three years into the rice revolution, millions of jobs have been created in the whole value chain. “It is important for Nigerians to know that when they consume imported rice, they are creating jobs in India and Thailand and destroying jobs across our country. Today we have rice farmers in all states and all geopolitical zones.

“In fact, most of us have friends and relatives who are farming rice. So if we don’t patronise their product, we are destroying their livelihoods. “We are embarking on a massive nationwide campaign to sensitise our compatriots to the need to support the rice revolution by consuming local rice. Nigerians are patriots. They want more jobs. “They will support the rice revolution and Nigeria will become self-sufficient in rice sooner than we have stated.

The country has never been closer to self-sufficiency in rice, a national staple, than now. “Our target is to achieve self-sufficiency in our paddy production in two years— by 2020. The result is the exponential growth in local rice production that has now moved us closer to ending rice importation.”

Fall in importation, smuggling On the how the rice revolution has affected importation, Mohammed said: “Within two years, rice importation from Thailand fell from 644,131 Metric Tons (in September 2015) to 20,000 MT (in September 2017). “That’s over 90 percent drop. Let me put things in perspective. So far, less than 100 billion Naira has been spent on the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme that has achieved so much.” Lamenting the impact of rice smuggling on the country, he said: “The total demand for white rice (white rice is consumed in Benin, against parboiled rice in Nigeria) is 400,000 MT. Yet the country, with a population of about 11 million, imports between one million and 1.2 million MT of rice annually. Who are they importing for? Nigerians, of course.

“In fact, as Nigeria’s rice import falls, Benin’s rice import increases. Most of the parboiled rice imported by Benin eventually lands in Nigeria through smuggling. “Both Cameroon and Benin Republics have lowered tariff payable on rice to zero and five percent, respectively, to encourage importation and subsequent smuggling of the product into Nigeria.” “At present, smuggled rice costs between N11,000 and N13,000 per 50kg bag.

Nigerian processed rice sells for between N14,500 and N15,000 per 50kg bag. “Smuggled rice is sourced mainly from Thailand and India— both countries give a high level of subsidies to rice farmers and rice processors.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/04/fg-accuses-benin-cameroon-republics-sabotaging-local-rice-production/
mannagrills, sarrki, usba and the remaining BMC fools: thank God it's not PDP or IPOB today

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Nobody: 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
grin
Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by wellmax(m): 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
I saw rice warehouses in Benin Republic and felt pity for Nigeria.

Rice kept outdoors under sun and rain, smuggled into Nigeria every night.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by dynicks(m): 1:08pm On Apr 03, 2018
Leaders of Benin republic and that of the Cameroonians be staring at most of the CURRENT Nigerian leaders and the ruling party like " u sure these guys are ok at all"....oh! THEY'VE suddenly resorted to shifting their goal post of blames internationally.....truly i say unto U, the good citizens of Nigeria really got themselves into worse hands this time around.

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Rushtec(m): 1:09pm On Apr 03, 2018
shame on lazy Nigerians

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Nobody: 1:09pm On Apr 03, 2018
larryman98:
LAGOS—The Federal Government is to initiate an awareness campaign to sensitise Nigerians on inherent dangers in consuming imported rice, and accused neighbouring Benin Republic and Cameroon of making policies to undermine the country’s rice revolution.

Speaking at a briefing in Lagos, weekend, where he paraded the administration’s successes in agriculture, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said six million more Nigerians had started rice farming since the advent of Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

The increase in rice production, he said, had in the last three years created thousands of jobs in direct and indirect jobs, with N250 billion in investments expected to boost the country’s rice milling capacity in the year. Bags of rice Noting that Nigeria was on the way towards self-sufficiency in rice production by 2020, the minister, nevertheless, expressed concern that foreign rice producing nations, aided by Benin, were undermining the plans of the Federal Government. Mohammed said: “The agricultural revolution in general and the rice revolution in particular, have taken millions of Nigerians out of poverty. “As a matter of fact, today, 60 percent of rice eaten in Nigeria is produced in Nigeria.

In the words of the rice processors, the rice revolution alone is enough to guarantee re-election for President Buhari, if he decides to run again.” Appeals for local patronage Continuing, the minister said: “We want to use this opportunity to appeal to Nigerians to complement the efforts of the government by consuming only locally-grown and processed rice. It is fresher. It is tastier. It is healthier. It has not spent months on the high seas and warehouses.

“We don’t know where or how imported rice is made or how old it is. It is reported that most of the rice dumped on us are old and probably rejects. “The citizens of those countries do not eat this rice. The citizens of Benin also do not eat it. But they send it to us.

Unhealthy foods are dangerous to health. So let’s eat what we can vouch for.” … on economic importance Also speaking on the economic importance of eating local rice, the minister said: “But Nigerians should remember that every time they eat imported rice, they are eating the jobs that would have been created for Nigerians and instead funding the creation of jobs in the source countries.

“Just imagine that less than three years into the rice revolution, millions of jobs have been created in the whole value chain. “It is important for Nigerians to know that when they consume imported rice, they are creating jobs in India and Thailand and destroying jobs across our country. Today we have rice farmers in all states and all geopolitical zones.

“In fact, most of us have friends and relatives who are farming rice. So if we don’t patronise their product, we are destroying their livelihoods. “We are embarking on a massive nationwide campaign to sensitise our compatriots to the need to support the rice revolution by consuming local rice. Nigerians are patriots. They want more jobs. “They will support the rice revolution and Nigeria will become self-sufficient in rice sooner than we have stated.

The country has never been closer to self-sufficiency in rice, a national staple, than now. “Our target is to achieve self-sufficiency in our paddy production in two years— by 2020. The result is the exponential growth in local rice production that has now moved us closer to ending rice importation.”

Fall in importation, smuggling On the how the rice revolution has affected importation, Mohammed said: “Within two years, rice importation from Thailand fell from 644,131 Metric Tons (in September 2015) to 20,000 MT (in September 2017). “That’s over 90 percent drop. Let me put things in perspective. So far, less than 100 billion Naira has been spent on the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme that has achieved so much.” Lamenting the impact of rice smuggling on the country, he said: “The total demand for white rice (white rice is consumed in Benin, against parboiled rice in Nigeria) is 400,000 MT. Yet the country, with a population of about 11 million, imports between one million and 1.2 million MT of rice annually. Who are they importing for? Nigerians, of course.

“In fact, as Nigeria’s rice import falls, Benin’s rice import increases. Most of the parboiled rice imported by Benin eventually lands in Nigeria through smuggling. “Both Cameroon and Benin Republics have lowered tariff payable on rice to zero and five percent, respectively, to encourage importation and subsequent smuggling of the product into Nigeria.” “At present, smuggled rice costs between N11,000 and N13,000 per 50kg bag.

Nigerian processed rice sells for between N14,500 and N15,000 per 50kg bag. “Smuggled rice is sourced mainly from Thailand and India— both countries give a high level of subsidies to rice farmers and rice processors.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/04/fg-accuses-benin-cameroon-republics-sabotaging-local-rice-production/
manirbk the biggest fool of them all
Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by allstarfestus: 1:10pm On Apr 03, 2018
And some people are still defending these government.... What a shame.... , blame. G e j... Blame p d p... Blame, t y danjuma, blame,, o b. J... Blame foreign country, ....blame blame,,, which way naija

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by Sealeddeal(m): 1:10pm On Apr 03, 2018
So they no accuse PDP this time

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by luminouz(m): 1:13pm On Apr 03, 2018
Tracypacy:
@alibabagcfr
I have known Aliko Dangote for nearly 23 years now. Met him the first time in the company of the owner of Harka Airline... years ago. And 5 years after that meeting we became friends. So when I told him I wanted to give out some cash to people who want to do better business, he gave me N25m to distribute this week on Instagram. Only those who need it need to apply. No DMs please. Because in truth... you need to count the number of comments on the Steve Rhodes post to know what our problems are

YINMU!

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Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by alexmaye(m): 1:14pm On Apr 03, 2018
Are You Serious :oAre You Serious
Re: FG Blames Benin Republic And Cameroon Of Sabotaging Local Rice Production by khalhokage(m): 1:16pm On Apr 03, 2018
Our rice production has increased so much that it collapsed Thailand's rice market but Benin republic and Cameroon production is sabotaging our local rice?

I'm confused oga Lie Mohammed.

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