ALL FARMERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (AFAN) WORKS TO PROMOTE SUMMER AGRICULTURE

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    By Dahiru Muhammad Maihula

    The president of the association Alh. Farouk Rabiu Mudi described the move as a one-on-one visit to Kabo, Gwarzo and Kunchi Local Government Areas during a press conference. Farouk Mudi said efforts to promote dry season farming across the country and food in particular had made the country self-sufficient without relying on foreign imports.

    President Farouk Mudi further said that God has blessed this area with water and reserve water and agricultural land since we have this we need to use water reserve for dry season farming, doing so will enable the farmer to improve his business for profit.

    He also called on our investors to continue investing in agricultural development across the country. The provision of water reserve will help reduce the flooding of our water reserve during the dry season.
    Rabiu Mudi further added that the flooding damage will be alleviated if the use of this irrigation system is not disrupted. This is the reason why we say we should come here.

    And we thought that the first thing to do is to bring in big farmers, rich people and rich people to come and invest in this business because farming is a business like any other business, whenever a farmer takes a lot of support and then ends up supporting it. . Introducing this farming system will reduce the cost of farming our border crossings.

    This system of government is a major contributor to the fact that it is a big task and it is easy to do, it does not affect the community and the farmers give their lands and the farmers leaders are between the government and the farmers in this way of farming where the government owns. For example, if you look at the cost of public education that this teacher pays, then his money will be there for us.

    Praise the example where it is like a Electric power KEDCO supplier who sells electricity and goes home. The cost of electricity is always the same, but every farmer will make it easier, as long as the farmer buys at least 40,000 liters of fuel every week in the Farm. Maybe you can save up to 4 weeks’ worth of money, and then you can spend less money on groceries, less money, and less money on groceries.

    In an interview with some farmers expressed their happiness over this process Mal. Usman Nadada Shu’aibu of Gudi town in Kabo Local Government Area of ​​the state said he grows tomatoes, onions and maize.

    Also farmer Mal. Sunusi Alhasan, the chairman of the Gwarzo Local Government member of Association, said that when the President of the All Farmers Association of Nigerian, Farouk Rabiu Mudi, came to them with the news that a servant of God was coming, he would set up the channels from the dam. I have something

    Sunusi Alhasan went on to say that many villagers and farmers have been informed of this information and we are thankful to him for bringing this development to us as a result of God’s blessings on his parents. We are currently cultivating 100 hectares due to the fact that you are buying petrol but with the advent of this system we have more than 3,000 hectares that we cannot cultivate and our people have to migrate if we get this system then we will also cultivate more.

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