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The Federal Government has disclosed that it will support 2.4 million farmers with N600 billion through the Agro-Processing Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support project (APPEALS).

This was disclosed by President Muhammadu Buhari at the opening of the National Agricultural Show/Exhibition of the 2021 World Food Day, on Wednesday, in Abuja, themed: “Our Actions are our Future. Better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life,” according to NAN.

Represented by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Mohammed Abubakar, the President stated that the Administration was doing its best to address challenges facing Nigeria’s agricultural sector.

Nigeria’s headline inflation in the month of September 2021, dropped further to 16.63% compared to 17.01% recorded in the previous month. This is according to the recently released CPI report for the month of September, by the National Bureau of Statistics.

According to the report, the consumer price index, which measures the rate of inflation rose by 16.63% year-on-year in the review month. This represents 0.38% point decrease compared to 17.01% recorded in August 2021.

Food inflation, which is a closely watched index also dropped to 19.57% in September from 20.3% recorded in the prior month while core inflation rose to 13.74%, up by 0.33% when compared with 13.41% recorded in August 2021.

As part of the solutions to Nigeria’s economic downturn, this year’s Mentor Matchup Challenge 4.0 (MMC4.0) pitching competition is set to hold.

Aimed at bridging the knowledge gap between successful entrepreneurs and the younger generation of entrepreneurs with a focus on five strategic sectors of the economy including agriculture, fashion and beauty, E-commerce, artisans and manufacturing, FMCGs and traders, the event, which is an initiative of 234finance.com, will take place at the Lagos Oriental Hotel on December 6, 2021.

Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA), the Federal Capital Territory Administration's (FCTA's) vehicle for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) development, employment generation, wealth creation and poverty reduction, recently organised a 10 day training programme on Economic Empowerment for HIV Vulnerable Women and Girls. The programme was an initiative of the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) to commemorate the annual 16 Days Activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV).

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