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Transportation Of Food Items From North To South Boosting Economy-Report.

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By Jabiru Hassan, Kano.

Transportation of food items from the northern part of Nigeria to other sections becoming a pillar of economic progress where trucks loaded with farm produce usually conveys commodities from local markets to other parts of the country successfully in daily basis.

Our correspondent who takes a look at this development reported that despite the current fuel subsidy removal, trucks with huge loads of food items mostly vegetables were seen going southwards conveying different kind of items which is a testimony that national  economy is in the path of growth.

At Badume market in Bichi local government area, Daybreak news gathered that vegetables like tomatoes, onion, peppers and sweet peppers were mostly  exported to southern parts of Nigeria and some neighbouring countries like Cameroon, Ghana, Chad, Benin and some parts of Niger Republic.

In his remark about the transportation of food items, the kano/Jigawa states  caretaker committee chairman of the vegetables and fruits dealers association Alhaji Usman B disclosed that despites the present economic hardships and the issue of fuel subsidy removal, they are trying their best to ensure that Nigerian economy is boosting through food items transportation and exportation.

He commended Bichi local government council under the leadership of Dr. Yusuf Mohammed Sabo for being vigilant at Badume market which indicated that the local council leadership is making good efforts to promote economy and providing good avenue for seasonal business progression.

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