The application, which is available on Google app store, is a collaborative project of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI).

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Dr. Shehu Ahmed, said Nigeria sought the help of the international agency to develop the application following the devastating flood of 2012 which led to huge destruction of farms, houses and human lives.

Represented by the Director of Agricultural Businesses, Processing and Marketing Azeez M. Olumuyiwa, the Permanent Secretary said the country had decided to turn that bitter experience into a blessing by looking at various ways farmers and government could take advantage of the technology.


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