— In Kano (Gun-Dutse): bag of Onions frm N35k to N7k. [DailyTrust]
— In Minna(Garatu) : Kwarai of feet size yam tubers from 45k to 18k— In Jos (Barkin Ladi, Anpam West ), bag of Irish potatoes from N17K to N9k. [UnityFarm Jos]
— In Kano : farmers went to d extent of unsuccessfully trying to use the airport to move food down south. [Nairaland]
—In Abuja : the DSS was inviting herders to settle the issue (DailyTrust).
— In Bauchi (Til De Fulani) , farmers were promoting unity (North & South)
—On some media, Millions were lost to food transported to other countries from North.
At the end, the Northerners who singlehandedly declared the blockade, called it off.
They gloriously lost the war!
They need us as much as we need them.
We should review our land use act to accommodate Agriculture.
Agriculture infrastructures like storage facilities, Agricultural machine tools and serious Agricultural training of the youths should be our priority now.
Public private partnership on Agriculture should be encouraged.
The State Government and the legislative arm of Government has a very serious role to play in times like this if not we maybe heading to inflation, a case of having money but no food to buy.