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BreakingNews 26/3/18 - Nigeria turbulent under me -Buhari

BreakingNews 26/3/18 - Nigeria turbulent under me -Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari has said that Nigeria’s journey in the last three years has been a very turbulent one. The president said this at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja on Monday while inaugurating the National Food Security Council.
 
He said the country’s need for critical job creating sectors which had been ignored for decades was now beginning to yield results.
 
The president reeled out his administration's efforts towards addressing the situation.
 
He stated "We introduced the National Social Investment Programs targeting millions of Nigerians who are living from hand to mouth. We launched agricultural programs focusing on import substitution, job creation and rural development thereby bringing socio-economic transformation to the millions of citizens living in some of the most remote rural parts of our country.
 
"We commenced the long term Pollution Remediation Projects in the Niger Delta with the hope of restoring dignity and normalcy to the millions of Nigerians impacted by decades of pollution in their communities. Fishing and farming will resume once blighted areas are rehabilitated. We intensified our participation in the Lake Chad Basin Commission with the goal of reversing the shrinkage of the lake, which impacts the livelihoods of over 45 million farmers, herdsmen and fishermen in the LCBC countries."
 
"We issued the first ever green bond that will act as a catalyst for investments in renewable energy and afforestation projects. This was oversubscribed, sharing market confidence in the country and our government. We established the Agro Rangers Unit within the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps to protect the billions of naira of investments recorded in Nigeria’s agricultural sector across the country.
 
"We continued to equip the Nigerian Navy and Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency to fight maritime criminals such as pirates and sea robbers who adversely impact offshore and inland fishing activities in our waters. These programs and many more, have started yielding results and if sustained, will transform the lives of millions of Nigerians across the country."
 
President Buhari said his government was well aware that the full results would not be felt or seen overnight.
 
"The journey is long. It is therefore our collective duty to ensure the actual and potential positive impacts of these programs are sustained, improved and expanded," he said.
 
According him, a key mandate of the Food Security Council is to continuously assess and enhance these "infant, but impactful programs, thereby guaranteeing they achieve their full potential."
 
He said the government would also develop new programmes and projects that would protect and create more jobs in farming, fisheries, animal husbandry and forestry.
 
"As we all know, land is use for farming, grazing and forestry, Water is used for irrigation, livestock sustenance and fishing. Therefore, any strategy for land and water management must take into account the interconnectivity of all these key sectors to ensure equity and sustainability," he said.
 
He said his administration would also not lose sight of the other issues that would impact our food production ambitions such as population growth, urbanisation, industrialisation, rural infrastructure development and climate change.
 
"These factors will also stress and stretch our land and water resources. This means we must invest in research and development to enhance yields and outputs."
 



He said the government was also not insulated from global and regional events. "Accordingly we develop local programs, but not lose sight of events from a far and their impact on us.
 
"Specifically, issues such as smuggling and dumping, which is our responsibility to ensure we develop and enforce strategies to protect Nigeria from these illegal and unhealthy imports."
 
He noted that the National Food Council comprised governors representing the six geopolitical zones as they have similar eco climatic conditions.
 
He said the council was a platform to further enhance the collaboration between the federal and state governments, expressing optimism that "We shall share success stories and collaborate to address common threats."
 
Buhari said his administration would also engage key stakeholders representing the core sectors of the food value chain by holding regular consultations with investors, development partners, financiers, academia and Nigeria's friends and allies abroad.
 
"Our deliberations will look into all the issues and our decisions will be implementable and impactful. We shall stay focussed, first and foremost on securing our food requirements and employment for our people, especially the youths. We shall feed ourselves and build an inclusive Nigeria for ourselves and for future generation," he stated.
 
Addressing State House reporters after the inauguration, the Chief of Defence Staff, General Gabriel Olonishakin, said the challenges of terrorism, kidnapping, banditry and herdsmen-farmers clashes facing Nigwria had direct bearing on national food security.
 
He said the military needed to step up its operations to make the environment secure for farmers and herdsmen.
 
The National Food Security Council, which is chaired by the president, has Kebbi State Governor Atiku Bagudu as vice chairman as well as the governors of Taraba, Plateau, Lagos, Ebonyi and Delta States as members.
 
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha; the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari; the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno the Ministers of Agriculture and Rural Development; Finance; Interior; Industry, Trade and Investment; Water Resources; Environment; and Budget and National Planning are also members.
 
Others are the Chief of Defence Staff; the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria; the Directors-General of the Department of State Services and the National Intelligence Agency as well as the Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Immigration Service.
 
He council's objectives include developing sustainable solutions to the farmers–herdsmen clashes; climate change and desertification and their impact on farmland; grazing areas and lakes, rivers and other water bodies; oil spillage and its impact on Niger Delta fishing communities; piracy and banditry; agricultural research institutions and extension services and the problem of smuggling.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari