Great News!!! Nigerian Tiger Prawns Increase Nigerian Agric Export By 30 Percent

9 months ago by: Olusanya Akinrinola
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Penaeus monodon, commonly known as the giant tiger prawn is a marine crustacean that is widely reared for food.
Nigerian tiger prawn that was unharvested for decades has begun earning the nation huge foreign exchange. Netherlands bought N12bn prawns from us last 2years to make it N100bn in export. Prawns now account for 30% of our agric export this year. Also exported to Belgium,USA,France.

-- fineboy77 (m) at 17-09-2019 10:20PM
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-- WhaleDog (m) at 17-09-2019 10:49PM
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Thank God for Buhari ! We just can’t comtinue depending on oil export.

-- nonsovin (m) at 17-09-2019 11:27PM
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Quote from: WhaleDog on 17-09-2019 10:49PM
Thank God for Buhari ! We just can’t comtinue depending on oil export.
Another brainwashed mugu detected!!
-- bamsailor (m) at 18-09-2019 01:23AM
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You are a bigger Moron, Keep sleeping while others are making use of the many opportunities in Nigeria waiting to be harnessed
-- dopygenius (m) at 18-09-2019 01:37AM
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Rubbish common electricity he can not fix
-- DrSoba (m) at 18-09-2019 05:01AM
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30% of agricultural income? That is a lot, but how is it showing on the economic or how are the masses feeling the economic group? No good road, no hospital, no power supply, no empowerment plan for the youth, even no jobs and you are here confusing me that the economy is growing. Abeg Park well. The economy might be growing only to their personal pocket.
-- DrSoba (m) at 18-09-2019 05:04AM
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I didn't mention schools because an average Nigeria youth is smart without school. What is the essence of going to school when the certificate is useless?