OFAB

AcronymDefinition
OFABOpen Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology
OFABOff for A Bite
OFABOrganic Farm Alternative Breaks
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According to the Country Coordinator of OFAB, Dr Rose Gidado, 'the march today seeks to create awareness and sensitize the populace on the need to speak up and take action in support of science and justice.
The journalists will also be invited to participate in OFAB Africa Media Awards (OMAs), which are scheduled for September in Burkina Faso, where the overall winner has been nominated to compete in the awards.
"Journalists have a critical role in creating awareness and shaping public and policy opinions that can lead to speedy adoption of agricultural biotechnologies which have a critical role to play in achieving the government's Big 4 Agenda," said Dr Margaret Karembu, OFAB Kenya Chapter's chairperson.
Speaking at the South West Sensitization programme of the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB), held at the OOPL, Abeokuta, he said something urgent needed to be done in terms of agriculture yield, considering the world's population reaching 9.7 billion by 2050.
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This was the position of Nigeria's former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, at the South West Sensitization programme of the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB), held at the OOPL, Abeokuta, on Wednesday, that something urgent needed to be done in terms of agriculture yield, considering the world's population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050.
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According to the Country Coordinator of Open Forum in Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB), Dr Rose Gidado, the March was to align with the Nigerian scientists to make their voices heard so that they could be supported by the government to carry out more research to develop the Nigerian agricultural sector.
THE Country Representative of Open Forum on Agriculture Biotechnology (OFAB), Dr Rose Gidado has said that the Pod Borer Resistant Cowpea is almost set for commercialization.
During an interactive chat with the Country Coordinator of Open Forum on Agriculture Biotechnology (OFAB), Dr Rose Gidado, she said the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, during a visit to the trial site of BT cotton in Abuja, pledged support for the crop in order to be used to revive the textile industry.