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FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Nobody: 9:38pm On Dec 02, 2020
The Federal Government on Wednesday announced the commencement of its programme on rabbit farming that would engage 17,000 youths across the country.

It made the announcement through its National Agricultural Land Development Authority, noting that the programme had already commenced in some states, as it would engage more participants in the southern part of Nigeria.

The Executive Secretary, NALDA, Paul Ikonne, told journalists in Abuja that the agency would provide the rabbits, cage, vaccine and training for participants free of charge.

He said the first set of beneficiaries would be required to bring back the kitten from the rabbits they train so as to be used in the empowerment of other youths.

Ikonne said, “The President had inaugurated the national young farmers’ scheme, and we intend to take in 774,000 young Nigerians into the entire agribusiness. This programme has started implementing the first leg, which is our animal husbandry.

“In this segment, we are doing goat and rabbit rearing. A lot of people do not know the potentials, the benefits and the money they can make from rearing rabbits. Rabbit has an entire value chain, nothing is a waste farming rabbit.”

He added, “So we are engaging our youths into rabbit farming, NALDA has designed a programme to take in 17,000 rabbit farmers especially in the South, and we have commenced the engagement in some states.”

Ikonne said the first phase of the programme had commenced in Imo, Abia, Cross River and Oyo states, as selected youths in the states had received rabbits and had commenced farming.

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by LeeSantos(m): 9:42pm On Dec 02, 2020
Lol. My ears have seen my eyes oh.
Will the proceeds from sales be enough to pay house rent, feed the family n so on?

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by juniormod: 9:57pm On Dec 02, 2020
This is ridiculous, must it be rabbit?
Na only meat we go dey chop?

I don tire for this country, abeg whomever needs a houseboy abroad should quote me, I am a workaholic grin

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Ifeoluwa93: 9:57pm On Dec 02, 2020
Haahahhahahaha

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Ytgud: 9:57pm On Dec 02, 2020
cool
Rabbit, the only pet I can train.

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Autossolutions: 9:57pm On Dec 02, 2020
grin
Can we see the Names of the 17,000 youths?
Because Since I was Born and Now I'm getting Old I've never seen a Clueless Government as this APC Regime

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by 1shortblackboy: 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
CBN and NNPC for their children rabbits for the masses. Good job

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by roldet804(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
One thing that you must know is that feeding rabbits no be moi-moi o

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by freemanq(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
how many ministers children are part of the program

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Arewa12: 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
I laugh grin grin grin grin grin
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Coded7: 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Las las we will all be alright
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by jawalis(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
All hope is lost in Nigeria. Anyone waiting for these useless sets of leaders will rust while in the process of waiting. I’ll urge anyone to engage in whatever you can do to make survival. Legit or not legit. Just make living and move on. How can this befall is as a country? Are we the most chronic set of sinners or what exactly is happening to Nigerians. Again my advice to everyone is to wake up and strive for living either legally or illegally. Just strive for living. Some people will definitely be victims of our struggles as we all are victims of our bad government.

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by roldet804(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Ok we have heard








Righteousness89
Preach to them


Freemanq grab my weed whine I read between the lines

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by FastestGirl: 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Zomo... Lol
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Lincoln275(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Oti da bayi
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Herbephe1(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Tantalization Mtcheeeeew!
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by brightovio007(m): 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Failed government

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Lukasi0: 9:58pm On Dec 02, 2020
Na Alligator farming I want

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by allen113: 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
wahala

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Nathphil(m): 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
Okay it has reached a stage that they have to publish the names.
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Zico5(m): 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
Rabbit farming indeed? I wonder how the people in this government reason. They are just set of vagabonds and wanderers. They want to expend billions of naira on fruitless search again. They mean no well for the masses and youths if truly this is the kind of program they believe youths need in this 21st century. These people can never do well o

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by etrange: 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
LeeSantos:
Lol. My ears have seen my eyes oh.
Will the proceeds from sales be enough to pay house rent, feed the family n so on?

So it's not a good thing?

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Gopro9: 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
Useless government
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Vanzcharles(m): 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
1shortblackboy:
CBN and NNPC for their children rabbits for the masses. Good job

Dont mind them. Fools!!!

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by PCG001: 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020

Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Noblejay7: 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
Instead of this why not engage some reputable IT firm to teach this 17,000 youth relevant ICT skill like coding e.t.c

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Nmezor(f): 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
Hmmm
Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by Vanzcharles(m): 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
etrange:


So it's not a good thing?

Not at all.. Its not lucrative

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by mosegifted: 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
FG the worst thing to happen to Nigeria

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Re: FG Engages 17,000 Youths In Rabbit Farming by owobokiri(m): 9:59pm On Dec 02, 2020
Obviously, this very government is utterly confused on what to do, how to rule and the way to go.. totally bereft of ideas this Buhari and his goons..

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