There are indications that Nigerian farmers, mostly in the rural areas, could have lost about 60 per cent of their produce to post-harvest challenges at the end of 2019. The major challenge, in this case, is lack of functional storage facilities, according to the Nigerian Agribusiness Group (NABG). Already, statistics had revealed that post-harvest losses cost the country's economy a whopping $9 billion annually. The Vice-President, Nigerian Agribusiness Group, Emmanuel Ijewere, disclosed this in an interview with this newspaper during an agric summit in Lagos. He said rural farmers experienced Click here to read full news..