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Viewpoint: Anti-GMO forces in Nigeria have abandoned reason and the nation’s best interests

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Protecting health and and food security is best done through dialogue and education, not threats and smear campaigns ...
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Nigeria has its first GMO cowpea. The battle for public acceptance is just getting started

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A war of words over a recently-released genetically modified cowpea has divided the Nigerian public and raised concerns about the ...
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Nigeria could lead Africa to innovative future in agriculture by approving GMO cowpea

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Nigeria has commenced a historic process of leading other African nations on smart and innovative agriculture with the recent application ...
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