978-620-0-47696-8

Cash Crops as the Viable Option to the Rescue of Nigerian Economy

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Summary:

The need to bridge the nation’s revenue gap owing to dwindling oil price has forced the Nigerian government to start looking towards non-oil products especially agricultural cash crops for foreign exchange earnings. Since agriculture was the mainstay of the Nigerian economy before the oil boom, the need to look into this sub-sector to keep the nation’s economy afloat becomes a sine-qua-non. Therefore, agriculture needs to be given serious attention as oil is on the verge of being unable to sustain the Nigerian economy. It is time the country embark on large-scale cultivation of cash crops so that when crude oil fails, the export of cash crops will not fail the economy.

Author:

Sanusi Mohammed Sadiq

Biographie:

Dr. Sadiq, M.S. is a Principal Research Fellow in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Federal University Dutse, Nigeria.Prof. Singh, I.P. is a Professor of Agricultural Economics and an academic staff of SKRAU, Bikaner, India.Prof. Ahmad, M.M. is a Professor of Agricultural Economics and an academic staff of Bayero University Kano, Nigeria.

Author:

Paul I. Singh

Biographie:

Author:

Muhammad Makarfi Ahmad

Biographie:

Number of Pages:

88

Book language:

English

Published On:

2019-12-02

ISBN:

978-620-0-47696-8

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

Growth, performance, cash crops, agriculture, Economy, Nigeria

Product category:

BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / General