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Nigerian textile industry says approval of GMO cotton will create jobs

AllAfrica | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. More than 500,000 Nigerians ...

Nigeria: GE foods for sale by 2015, minister says

Daily Trust | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The Minister of Science and Technology, Prof Ita Ewa, said at the weekend that ...

Nigeria: No GM foods in the Nigerian food market

All Africa | 
The National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) has said there are no genetically modified (GM) foods in Nigerian markets, dispelling fears ...

Africa: Are Nigerians afraid of GMOs?

All Africa | 
Nigerians are still apprehensive of Genetically Modified foods despite the fact that they are safe for consumption, the National Agricultural ...

Nigeria: ‘Nigeria needs biotechnology to avoid starvation’

All Africa | 
The chairman Senate Committee on Capital Market, Senator Ayoade Ademola Adeseun, has said Nigeria needs biotechnology to save it from ...

Nigeria: ‘Genetically modified foods safe for humans’

All Africa | 
The National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) says consumption of Genetically Modified (GM) foods will not pose any threat to human ...
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