The Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Foundation (SABMF) Thursday called for formulation of a holistic and enduring national policy on agricultural extension policy to tackle food insecurity in Nigeria.
Managing Director/CEO of SABMF, Abubakar Gambo Umar, made the call in Abuja at a roundtable on ‘Perspectives of Extension in Agriculture Value Chain: Driving Policy Development and Climate Smart Adaptation”, organised by the foundation.
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“We know that majority of the nation’s population, especially the youths are jobless and we feel that agriculture remains among the best options to address this challenge,” he said.