Arguably, no ministry can boast of being in the news in the last four years more than the agric ministry, being headed by Chief Audu Ogbeh. Ironically, one of the major achievements this administration swanks with is the agricultural sector. Since assuming office, the present administration had initiated number of projects that are expected to power the wheel of economic diversification from the troubled oil sector. Six months of taking over the mantle of leadership, President Muhammadu Buhari launched the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme for Rice and wheat in Kebbi State. The programme was designed and financed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) through a fraction of the N220 billion Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Development Fund at a single-digit of 9% (nine percent) interest rate loan to farmers. By October 2018, it was estimated that the programme has created 2.5 million direct jobs according to President Buhari with additional 1 million more indirect jobs also said to be created with a total number of 862,069 farmers cultivating about 835,239 hectares of land producing different crops. CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele while addressing Banker Forum in Lagos said...