Abuja - The Federal Government as been noted to heed warning to Nigerians that the country may experience food scarcity due to low rainfall in 2015, Punch reported.
The Vice Chairman of the Agriculture and Allied Employees' Union of Nigeria, Blessing Oladele has expressed that the low rainfall experienced in the south west and North, which are known to be agricultural zones, has called for serious concerns.
Strategies are soon to be mapped out on how to partner with Governors in the South West to improve farming.
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Some of the strategies include the stomach infrastructure policy of Governor Ayodele Fayose, as it has become a brand that is worth embracing according to Oladele.
Federak Government has been called to seek alternative water supply to boost food production across the country. Unions have also been called including the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress to invest in farming.
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