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4 July 2022


The designations employed in this publication and the presentation of material therein do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of FARA concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers”. [...] The first application of power to agricultural production in the industrialized countries took place at the beginning of the nineteenth century. [...] While the loss of interest in agriculture The United Nations Food and Agriculture by land-owners and the lack of access to Organization (FAO) and the United Nations agricultural labour force for farm operations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) are among the most important social and concluded that the goal of agricultural economic issues in highly industrialized mechanization is to end. [...] page 12 In terms of registering property, on the average, an entrepreneur had to go through 12 procedures over 73 days and pay 15.3% of the value of the property to transfer land, making Nigeria one of the most difficult and expensive places to register property in the world. [...] Food as a human right – focusing the policy instruments for agricultural development on the social responsibility of government with respect to food security, social security and equity in the Nigerian society; and compelling the government to recognize, protect and fulfil the irreducible minimum degree of freedom of the people from hunger and malnutrition.