Month: May 2021

AFAN Support Southern Governors over ban on open Grazing

The National President of All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN), Arch Kabir Ibrahim has said the ban on open grazing by the Southern Governors would make the implementation of the National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP) achievable. He said open grazing reduces milk and meat production in cattle, and also reduces ovulation in female cattle difficult …

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Poor policies hampering fisheries sector – Kwame Pianim

Speaking at the first Hybrid Aquaculture Conference in West Africa, on the topic, ‘The challenges to aquaculture business in Ghana’, Mr. Pianim expressed frustration at the seeming double standards, which has backing in the legislature. Inconsistent policies, including the poorly-managed decoupling of the fisheries sub-sector from the wider food and agriculture ministry, are among the …

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Sierra Leone Navy arrests five fishing trawlers for illegal fishing (IUU) activities in the country’s Gulf of Guinea EEZ in cooperation with NGO Sea Shepherd.

Armed Sierra Leone Navy sailors stationed on board the Sea Shepherd ship Bob Barker carried out a series of covert at-sea raids on fishing vessels in the waters of the West African country of Sierra Leone, arresting five trawlers for illegal fishing. In the early morning hours of the 14th of March, two trawlers that had spent the …

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