The Kogi State government has said its commitment to agricultural revolution in the country has begun to yield positive interest, as its rice will soon bridge the gap between demand and supply across the nation.
Mr. Kingsley Fanwo, the Director General, Media and Publicity to the Governor, stated this yesterday in Lokoja during an appraisal of the state government’s agricultural plan.
Mr. Fanwo said:
“We are poised to strengthen our lead in cashew production as well as take over the leading role in cassava and rice production, because of our comparative advantage in these crops.
massive revolution is going on across the state in the area of rice production."