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Winners Chapel G/O, Bishop Oyedepo Proffers Solutions to the Nation’s Food Scarcity

Winners Chapel G/O, Bishop Oyedepo Proffers Solutions to the Nation’s Food Scarcity

Winners Chapel G/O, Bishop Oyedepo Proffers Solutions to the Nation’s Food Scarcity: Bishop David Oyedepo, the Chancellor of Landmark University, Omu-Aran in Kwara, on Wednesday, proffered solutions to food scarcity being witnessed by many people in the country.

               Bishop David Oyedepo

While speaking during the Landmark University’s 6th Founder’s Day celebration in Omu-Aran in Kwara State, Bishop David Oyedepo, who is the school’s Chancellor, on Wednesday said that raising agricultural practitioners was one of the best solutions to food scarcity in the country.

The founder of the Living Faith Worldwide International, also known as Winners Chapel, said that there was no substitute for food and the software needed to address the challenges posed by food insufficiency.

“The best solution is raising agricultural practitioners through quality and innovative education to tackle the difficulties in the sector, including the notable food deficit.

“Despite the breakthroughs in the development of information technology, there is yet to be any substitute to food and software in addressing the challenges posed by its unavailability.’’

Oyedepo,who was represented by Prof. Aize Obayan, the university’s Vice-Chancellor, said it was high time agriculture stakeholders stopped paying leap services to its transformation and development.

He said that substantial part of the nation’s abundant land resources scattered around its six geo-political regions still remained under-utilised.

According to him, there is the need to evolve practical solutions to improving agriculture through productive learning, product research and development.

“We cannot drive leverages in agriculture without innovative thoughts and thinking. This is because every land you find around you is a gold mine, which must be explored,” he said.

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