IN the 1960s, farming was the main means of sustenance of Nigeria. Then, cocoa production was the in-thing in the southwest, rubber in the old mid-western (now comprising of Edo and Delta), oil palm production was reigning in the southeast while groundnut was crowned as the king produce of the north with the famous 'groundnut pyramid.' How did we lose this?
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Added October 04, 2011
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