Oba Of Benin Advocates For More Agric Investors


Both Benin, Oba Ewuare II, said that more investment in the agricultural sector remains the most reliable way of ensuring sufficiency and economic stability in any country.

Both Evoir said this when he organized the agribusiness of Captain Nosa Okunbor, a statement signed by his chief spokesman, Mr. Desmond Agba, and provided to the Nigeria Information Agency (NAN) on Friday in Benin.

Agamba said that Okunbor visited the traditional ruler of the Beninese kingdom with his first fruit collected from his Well Green House Farm Limited.

Ewuare pointed out that the growth of the country's income is largely dependent on agriculture.

He said that more jobs will be created in the country through agriculture and agro-enterprises.

"Natural resources such as crude oil can be depleted, but agriculture continues to flourish at all ages, which explains why governments at all levels encourage agriculture."

Both encouraged people to use agriculture to help create jobs and access to food in the country.

The monarch offered prayers for a plentiful harvest for all farmers throughout the state and the nation as a whole.

Earlier Okunbor told Both Benin that he was at the palace to present the first products of his farm located in Benin.

According to him, the farm is expected to provide more than 2,000 jobs, as well as solve the problem of hunger.

The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that the Well Green House farm occupies 27 acres of land with the possibility of growing vegetables using Hydroponics.

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants without using soil. This method instead uses a mineral nutrient solution in an aqueous solvent, allowing the nutrient absorption process to be more efficient than using the soil.

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