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About UsGreen Sahara is a full-scale agribusiness organization specializing in the development, facilitation and management of solutions within the span of the agro-industrial value system and green economic growth.
The organization is inclined to the proactive development of green, agricultural, and food resources through a vibrant, dynamic and innovative work order keen on providing sustainable value to all stakeholders.
Through a multidimensional and entrepreneurial logic, Green Sahara leverages on world-class development and technical resources to optimize performance.
To sustainably provide innovative and practical agro-industrial and green-based solutions from the bottom of the pyramid.
Green Sahara envisions its continuing leadership as an agribusiness organization creating a world-serving and sustainable Agricultural and Green-based heritage from Africa.
Corporate Culture and Philosophy
Green Sahara operates within a culture driven on creativity, collaboration and dynamism; performance at Green Sahara is distinguished for flexibility, zeal, quality and performance.
Green Sahara has adopted a pragmatic approach focusing on understanding the obstacles that inhibit the realization of agro-industrial and green economic development while enhancing the capabilities and other essentials that will allow the achievement of measurable and sustainable results.
Farmers Count Losses as Naira swap policy Crisis deepensAs the current Naira redesign policy is negatively impacting all sectors of the economy; farmers have began to count their losses, estimated to be in the region of several millions of naira.
The Chief Executive Officer of Green Sahara Farms, Jos, Plateau State, Suleiman Dikwa, told The Guardian that the estimated loss at the local level, taking the average market revenue per market in the northeast runs into about N400m for Potiskum, Yobe State grain markets – markets for beans, maize and millet.
State of Emergency on Food Security… The road to follow
By Gbenga Akinfenwa 23 July 2023 | 4:41 am
- Sequel to the observed rising food inflation across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, last week declared a State of Emergency on Food Security to ameliorate the sufferings of Nigerians.
The highlight of the policy include the re-introduction of the National Commodity Board to review food prices; protection of farmers and farmlands; immediate release of fertilisers and grains to farmers and households to mitigate the effects of the fuel subsidy removal and inclusion of all matters pertaining to food and water availability and affordability under the purview of the National Security Council, among others.