BY: Olukayode Oyeleye ALMOST FOUR WEEKS AFTER the Russian forces began to unleash military attack on Ukraine, shock waves have been

Onome Amuge The Federal Government of Nigeria has validated new names for 10 improved cassava varieties, including six released

Charles Abuede Ellah Lakes Plc has signed a produce offtake agreement with Pure Flour Mills Limited (PFM), a subsidiary of De United

Kenneth Afor The Nigeria Cassava Growers Association (NCGA) has revealed that the extraction of ethanol and other products from

Nigeria’s Central Bank has said it will no longer provide foreign exchange for the importation of cassava, starch, ethanol and

The federal government has raised an alarm over a recent virile disease, cassava brown streak disease (CBSD), ravaging East and

The IFAD-assisted Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP) has urged cassava and rice farmers to adopt new farming techniques to boost

Benin Republic government in partnership with the West African Virus Epidemiology (WAVE) Program, is convening a high-level meeting,

Africa earns the reputation of producing more cassava than any other crop. FAO figures, in 2011, revealed that the continent produced

The centre of gravity of food security may indeed be shifting from the global north to the global south. In this tectonic shift,