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The State Commissioner for Agriculture,  Abisola Olusanya who made this known at the symbolic stocking of the cages in Badagry explained that each of the cages would be stocked with 1,000 juveniles of both tilapia and catfish.

The State Commissioner for Agriculture,  Abisola Olusanya who made this known in Lagos explained that the exercise was in continuation of the state government’s sanitization and reform of the red meat value chain with the goal of producing wholesome meat for the consumption of its citizenry.

The State Commissioner for Agriculture, Ms. Abisola Olusanya who made this known in Lagos at a press briefing in commemoration of the second year in office of the Sanwo-Olu’s administration in the state explained that the access roads when completed would aid better movement to and from the farms; reduce losses particularly by egg farmers occasioned by broken eggs as a result of bad road and subsequently improve the productivity of the concerned farmers.

The State Commissioner for Agriculture,  Abisola Olusanya who made the disclosure at a press briefing commemorating the second year in office of the administration of the Sanwo-Olu’s administration in the State explained that the training was informed by the need to encourage more youth and women participation in agriculture as well as to curb the problem of women and youth unemployment.

The State Commissioner for Agriculture,  Abisola Olusanya who disclosed this in Lagos  noted that the road map focused on the development of agricultural value chains where the state has competitive and comparative advantages in order to ensure that the state’s self-sufficiency in food production moves from 18% to 40% in the next five years.

Olusanya who made this known in Lagos over the weekend explained that the exercise was in continuation of the state government’s sanitization and reform of the red meat value chain with the goal of producing wholesome meat for the consumption of its citizenry.

The state Commissioner for Agriculture, Abisola Olusanya who disclosed this in Lagos on Tuesday at a press conference to commemorate the Y2021 International Day of Forests explained that the audit would also enable the state government ascertain what was left of its forest and biological biodiversity.

The State Commissioner for Agriculture, Abisola Olusanya, who made this known on Wednesday at a Stakeholders’ Engagement on the Red Meat Value Chain held at the Adeyemi Bero Auditorium, Alausa, Ikeja, explained that this partnership becomes necessary as it would ensure better production and supply of cattle for consumption in the State.

Olusanya explained that vaccination campaign is aimed at promoting awareness of rabies among dogs and cats since rabies is a deadly disease mostly transmitted to humans through infected dogs’ bites, which can result in fatalities if not treated early.

Fashola said Lagos State has always produced Action Governors since the days of the first civilian governor of the State, Alhaji Lateef Jakande, noting that Sanwo-Olu, based on his quest to bring development to the people of Lagos State, is another Action Governor.

In a statement on Monday in Lagos by the Commissioner for Agriculture, Abisola Olusanya, the Ministry said it received the news of the death of the former Commissioner for Agriculture and Cooperatives with shock.

The Commissioner explained that the Fair would enable Lagosians to shop for all farm produce straight from the farm at farm gate prices as well as buy rice at N20,000 per 50kg bag, a result of the intervention of the State Government in collaboration with the Federal and Kebbi State Governments.