The Emir of Nafada in Gombe State, Alhaji Muhammadu Hamza, has praised the state authorities’s assist for wheat farmers in his emirate throughout the 2021 dry season farming.
Hamza gave the commendation at his palace on Tuesday when Governor Inuwa Yahaya and his marketing campaign group paid him a courtesy go to, searching for prayers for his re-election bid.
The royal father mentioned that the state authorities had throughout 2021/2022 dry season farming supported no fewer than 200 wheat farmers in his emirate which, he famous, empowered the farmers.
In response to him, the dry season is probably the most worthwhile for farmers in his area in view of the related challenges reminiscent of floods that include the wet season, ravaging farmlands.
The Emir mentioned that in view of the success of the dry season farming in his area, no fewer than 500 farmers had indicated curiosity to domesticate the crop throughout the 2022/2023 dry season farming.
Hamza appealed to the governor to assist the farmers who had indicated an curiosity in cultivating wheat within the dry season with inputs in an effort to empower the farmers and enhance meals safety.
He additionally appealed to the governor to assist his emirate to sort out the problem of insecurity, significantly kidnapping which, he mentioned, had turn out to be rampant.
“Our youths are serving to to deal with the problem of kidnapping by intercepting them and handing them over to safety businesses.
`We would like the federal government to assist practice our youths to allow them to correctly help the safety businesses sort out kidnapping in our emirate,” the emir mentioned.
Earlier, Yahaya mentioned he was on the emir’s palace to thank the individuals of the emirate for his or her assist for his election in 2019 and to hunt prayers for his re-election bid.
He assured the those that if re-elected he would consolidate the positive factors recorded in his first time period.
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