Congratulations to us as we celebrate our 58th Independence Anniversary. Today, can we say we are fully independent without a food independent Nigeria?
The sustainable development goals (SDG) has its first three goals focusing on no poverty, zero hunger and well being and health of the people. Nigeria can help achieve these goals by developing and embracing technologies that promote livestock agriculture.
As a farmer, veterinarian, nutritionist, and other stakeholders, we need to embrace innovative technology that can ensure food independency. We need to embrace technologies that promote plant, animal and human health.
The most recent and innovative Nanotechnology using OLMIX nanoclay and the blue algae technology can be used to achieve a food independent nation. This technology focuses on one health initiative, reducing the level of Mycotoxin and bacteria infection in food meant for human consumption.
Livestock Industry Foundation for Africa under the leadership of Dr Stephen Adejoro, is ready to share knowledge and integrate Nigerian livestock farmers, veterinarians, nutritionist and stakeholders into the millennium innovative animal health on the use of the novel technology of blue algae Montmorellonite nanoclay technology.
The product of this technology will be marketed in Nigeria under the Olmix /Dangote Group MOU. The technical advisor for Olmix technical issues in Nigeria and West Africa is Dr Stephen Adejoro, He will use the platform of Livestock Industry Foundation for Africa blog to bring updated knowledge on blue algae technology to the door step of every registered members of LIFA in Africa.
LIFA is calling for more registration of volunteers in Nigeria and Africa to help share knowledge that can improve the livestock industry. We advise interested stake holders to send mails to LIFA secretary email@example.com
A food independent Nigeria is achievable if we can embrace sustainable livestock technology. Happy Independence Nigeria.