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Kano, commodity coy sign MoU to develop state’s commodity sector

The Kano State government under the state’s Investment and Property Limited and a leading Nigeria’s commodities market player AFEX have signed a Memorandum of Understanding…

The Kano State government under the state’s Investment and Property Limited and a leading Nigeria’s commodities market player AFEX have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to foster cooperation and partnership for the development and growth of the state’s commodity sector.

This was announced by the Special Senior Assistance to Kano State Governor on Business Development, Alhaji Jamilu Umar Batayya.

Alhaji Batayya said the MoU signed will ensure commitment to leveraging technologies aligned with the broader goal of enhancing productivity for farmers along the value chain and also strengthening the agricultural sector in the state.

He explained that the MoU will also facilitate efficient input access through empowering farmers to increase their yields and improve their livelihoods, adding that the partnership has set the foundation for an inclusive commodities ecosystem for Kano through utilising home-grown models and expertise to deliver a more efficient and inclusive value chain that works for all players and enriches the citizens of the state.

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The signing of the MoU, he said, was conducted by the Managing Director of Kano State Investment and Properties Limited (KISP), Auwal Mukhtar, representing Kano State and Ayodeii Balogun, GCEO, AFEX.

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