The federal government, through the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has distributed smart farming materials to the beneficiaries of the 5-day Empowerment Program of the National Adopted Village for Smart Agriculture (NAVSA) which had place at Al-Qalam University, Katsina, Katsina State.

NITDA spokeswoman Hadiza Umar said in a statement yesterday that the NAVSA program also aims to create five million job opportunities.

accelerate economic diversification and growth and facilitate the integration of digital technologies and innovations into agricultural processes and practices.

This is also to significantly increase productivity, improve food security, ensure green farming practice, attract potential talent and young people into farming professions to maximize results.

The statement further said that in this issue, the federal government has enhanced smart farming powered by green energy to improve survival…