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“Men Don’t Play With Good Food And They May Find It Elsewhere” – Nigerian Man Tells Married Women Who Can’t Cook

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According to him, men love good food and if their wives cannot make it they will find it elsewhere.

 

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A Nigerian man identified as Ifeanyi Abugu has stated that he feels sorry for married women who cannot cook both good and local dishes for their husbands because they will lose them to women who can.

According to him, men love good food and if their wives cannot make it they will find it ‘elsewhere’

“I am sorry 4 u if u cannot cook gud & local food as a married woman. Men doesn’t play with good food & they may find it elsewhere” he wrote on Tuesday.

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AFEX Commodities Exchange announces the listing of cashew on its trading platform

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AFEX Commodities Exchange Limited has announced the listing of Cashew on its platform, in a bid to diversify available investment options and create more wealth.

This is according to a disclosure issued by AFEX today and seen by Nairametrics.

According to the notice, the addition will help to expand the list of existing commodities available at the exchange which include;

In addition, the Exchange notified the investing public that the new commodity will be made available on the exchange’s trading platform, ComX.

 

 

AFEX Commodities Exchange in the recent disclosure rationalized the need to list cashew on its platform. It hinged this on the lucrative nature of the commodity, noting that it has a lot of untapped potentials.

According to the disclosure, cashew exports in Nigeria are highly profitable, with a yearly export volume of over $167 million, and untapped yearly potential of over $115.8 million. Therefore, listing the commodity on the AFEX Exchange provides opportunities for investors to gain exposure to the commodity and maximize their returns on investment.

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‘We Are Not At War’ – ACF Order Union To Lift Ban On Food To South

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The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), has called on the leadership of the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Dealers to put a halt to the embargo and blockage of foodstuff from the north to the south.

The ACF National Chairman, Chief Audu Ogbe, in a statement issued in Kaduna, said: “Nigeria is not at war with itself and such a drastic action is not necessary, but will only further complicate the socio-economic and political problems facing our country today.”

 

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The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), shares the concerns of Nigerians over the decision of the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and cattle dealers to stop movements of needed food from the north to the south.
“We call on the leadership of the union to put a halt to their so-called embargo and blockade.

“Nigeria is not at war with itself and such drastic action is not necessary.

“It will only further complicate the socio-economic and political problems facing our country today.

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“The members of the union are said to have suffered severe losses during the #Endsars riots and the recent violence in Sasha in Oyo State targeted against northerners.

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“We believe that whatever may be the difficulties of their members in operating in other parts of the country, ACF leadership led by me is willing to help them solve these by talking to security agencies and the government.

“There is no need to mount a blockade by one section of the country against the other.

“Whatever may be our differences, the ACF as an ardent believer in free trade believes that goods should be allowed to move freely.

“This extreme measure is not progressive and even counterproductive. This is not the way to go.”

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Plateau, Benue, Taraba, Nasarawa to Supply Food To South-West, as Jukun Association Tells other Middle Belt states to follow suit.

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The Jukun Development Association of Nigeria (JDAN) has called on farmers and other tribes in the middle belt to intensify supply of all kinds of foodstuffs to the southern part of Nigeria.

The apex socio-cultural and political organisation of the Jukun people worldwide in a press statement in Abuja faulted the stand of a certain group of individuals who said food supplies to the southern part of  Nigeria should be halted.

The associations national president, Chief Bako Benjamin, said those individuals calling for the boycott of food supply to the south speak for themselves and not the entire population of the North which the Middle belt is part of.

Bako said it is the duty of the security agencies to give maximum security to all the foodstuff traders coming to the southern part of Nigeria markets for legitimate businesses.

Bako who further said those calling for the boycott of southern Nigeria on food supply may have genuine grievances, but added that the method adopted through punitive and systematic starvation of the southern part of the country is too extreme and dangerous for a united Nigeria.

Bako said the security agencies should identify the criminals that burnt trucks and destroyed properties in Shasha and prosecute them accordingly.

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