“The Nigeria economy is on the path to more growth, and one way that the government can have a more win-win situation is by focusing attention on the poultry industry."
The Association’s Vice National President in the Southwest, Prince Olabode Adetoyi, revealed that Nigerians consume 15 million eggs yearly and urged government to tap into the opportunity.
Ibrahim disclosed this at the ongoing Nigeria Poultry Show organised by PAN in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
The Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) has refuted the rumor making rounds that Buhari’s administration misappropriated the sum of N2.8 billion earmarked for compensation to poultry farmers who lost their investments due to bird flu.
“There is no government investment in the poultry industry, all the investment in the poultry industry in Nigeria are privately driven investment."
He said the advice became imperative because of the high demand for poultry products in the area in December.
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