Dry Season Farming

Kebbi State has over 600,000 hectares of FADAMA land that stretches across 14 local government areas of the state.

From Augie to Argungu, Birnin Kebbi, Kalgo, Bunza, Dandi, Suru, Bagudo, Shanga, Ngaski, Zuru and other areas until it reaches its border with Kwara State.

Its FADAMA land is said to be fertile for dry and wet season farming.

The state is also blessed with water resources from two major rivers, the River Rima and River Niger.

The River Rima comes from Sokoto through Argungu, and it went up to Bagudo before it terminates into the River Niger.


Just a state in the Northern part had 600,000 hectares utilised for dry season farming.

Imagine when we collate with other Northern State…

Meanwhile our Rivers and dams in the South West are just dormant

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