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India, Thailand rice not healthy for consumption
12 December 2013, 17:29
Abuja - Rice imported into Nigeria from India and Thailand are not healthy for human consumption as they are mostly expired products of over 15 years, says Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Akinwumi Adesina.
Leadership newspaper reports that Adesina said the expired imported rice are massively sold in the Nigerian markets.
The minister said Nigeria has no business importing rice from these countries when it can actually produce better quality rice because the country has all the arable land to do that.
He said the importation of rice into the country gulped a whopping sum of N1bn on a daily basis.
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