Mohammad Abubakar Promises that the Disturbing Flood won’t Affect Food Production in Nigeria.

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The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohammad Abubakar yesterday promised food security in Nigeria despite the disturbing floods in recent months.

Abubakar while speaking at a news conference on the impact of the flood assured that the government was making sure that the floods did not affect food production despite hundreds of citizens, properties, crops, and farmlands being destroyed in several states.

He said the ministry was involved in various interventions and working with development partners to reduce the adverse effects, reiterating that agriculture is an integral part of the land space and its activities are prone to occasional risks caused by nature

The minister added that agricultural-endowed and climate change-vulnerable nations like Nigeria must manage risks including flooding, and bush-burning.

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