Nigerian Meteorological Agency is a Federal Government agency charged with the responsibility to advise the Federal Government on all aspects of meteorology; project, prepare and interpret government policy in the field of meteorology; and to issue weather (and climate) forecasts for the safe operations of aircraft, ocean going vessels and oil rigs.
Central Bank Of Nigeria
BOA is Nigeria’s premier agricultural and rural development finance institution, 100% wholly owned by the federal government of Nigeria. The ownership structure is – Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) 40% and Federal Ministry of Finance Incorporated 60%. Bank of Agriculture Limited is supervised by Federal Ministry of Agriculture.
National Agricultural Extension and Research Liaison Services
This Institute is responsible for development, collation, evaluation and dissemination of proven agricultural innovations and to research on extension methodologies and policy.
National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization
The overall mandate of the National Centre for Agricultural Mechanization is to mechanize Nigeria’s agriculture by developing simple need-based technology that reduces drudgery, increase farm productivity and improves farmers’ efficiency and their income.
Nigerian Economic Summit Group
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) was established and incorporated as a non-profit, non-partisan private sector organisation with a mandate to promote and champion the reform of the Nigerian economy into an open, private sector-led globally competitive economy.
Association Of African Development Finance Institutions
The main activities of the AADFI are the provision of Information and Training in the techniques of banking and finance as well as development policy advice to African bankers and finance officers.
Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation
The Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Scheme was established on 15th of November, 1987. The implementation of the Scheme was initially vested in the Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Company Limited, which was later incorporated in June, 1988 but later turned into a Corporation in 1993 by the enabling Act 37 of 1993.
Nigerian Commodity Exchange
The Nigeria Commodity Exchange(NCX) was originally incorporated as a Stock Exchange on June 17, 1998.It commenced electronic trading in securities in May 2001 and was converted to a commodity Exchange on August 8, 2001 and brought under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Commerce.
Nigerian Commodity Exchange
The bank was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria with Act 38 of 1991 to replace the Nigerian Export Credit Guarantee & Insurance Corporation. It provides export credit guarantees and export credit insurance for exports of Nigerian commodities and services within and outside West Africa. In 2014 it had a capacity of $39.5 billion in credit and securities for Nigeria’s non-oil exports.
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