Farming can tackle insecurity, cybercrime – Lawmaker tells FG, Govs

A member of the House of Representatives, Olubunmi Wumi Ogunlola, has called for a huge investment in agriculture to attract productive population and reduce the scourge of insecurity and cybercrime being perpetrated by Nigerian youths.

The federal parliamentarian called on the Federal government to as a matter of urgency, declare a state of emergency in the agricultural sector, to allow for more funding that will banish unemployment and poverty among youths.

Ogunlola who represents Ekiti West Federal Constituency2 in the National Assembly said the present agricultural practice, which relies on traditional implements and annual rainfall, is not profitable and cannot encourage the Nigerian youth to engage in farming.

The lawmaker spoke in Aramoko Ekiti on Saturday while empowering…

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