The Lagos State Government said it had acquired 84 hectares of land in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, for cultivation of various crops to meet the food needs of residents of the state. Prince Gbolahan Lawal, the state Commissioner for Agriculture, made the disclosure in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.
Indications have emerged that the country may reap bumper harvests of crops and allied farm products in the next harvest season. This follows the cultivation of over 477,642.18 hectares of land across the states of the country by 416,835 farm families with rice, maize, soya bean, cassava, wheat, and cotton.
Cross State Governor Ben Ayade is on warpath with the House of Assembly and some communities in the state over alleged land grab. The state government recently set up a committee to acquire 9,000 hectares of land across the three senatorial districts of the state for agriculture, which some persons in the state suspected maybe plan to embrace the federal government’s suspended Rural Grazing Area (RUGA) programme.
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