Nigerian firms are to source 5.1 million tonnes of wheat valued at N385.3 billion ($1.06 billion) from four countries this year due to low production. The country has capacity to produce only 1.17 percent or 60,000 tonnes of the grain demand as global price hits $207 per tonnes.
It was learnt that Russia, the United States, Canada and Australia would supply the bulk of Nigeria’s wheat imports destined for milling before the end of the year…
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