Insecurity, investment shortfall may widen 2.1mmt fish deficit

by | October 2, 2017 1:00 am

Nigeria’s 2.1 million metric tonne fish deficit may continue to widen, as the fisheries industry remains challenged by insecurity and lack of confidence in attracting new investments. The value of fish imported into Nigeria annually has been put at $1.46 billion in a report by PWC this year, titled ‘transforming Nigeria’s agricultural value chain’, and…

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