The analysis by SBMIntel, an Africa focused research firm, revealed that the harvests of 26.3 per cent of Nigerian farmers were greatly affected by extreme weather conditions.
It said 52.60 per cent ”were somewhat affected and a fifth (21.1 per cent) were not affected by drought and flooding in the year under review.”
The survey, titled: “Nigerians just want to eat” and published this month, chronicled the major challenges bedevilling Nigerian farmers and food transporters which are capable of impeding national food security.
Data for the survey were sampled from seven Nigerian states, namely; Nasarawa, Osun, Benue, Oyo, Katsina, Ogun and Lagos.
Of the seven states surveyed, the report noted that the majority of the respondents (farmers) had their farms in the South-west States (73.7 per cent)—Lagos (36.8 per cent ), Oyo (21.1 per cent ) and Ogun (15.8 per cent ) .
Meanwhile, 10.5 per cent of the respondents had their farms in Benue and the remaining…