By Tony Eri
Prof. Fr. Godfrey Nzamujo, the visionary founder and director of Songhai Centre, an agricultural model that seamlessly integrates modern farming techniques, will grace the Solution Promoters Forum’s annual congress as a guest speaker today.
His presentation, titled “Zero Poverty, Zero Hunger Initiatives in Songhai Agriculture: Aligning with Governor Soludo’s Agricultural Policies,” will delve into the transformative power of the Songhai model and its potential to revitalize Anambra State’s agricultural sector.
Prof. Nzamujo’s expertise is deeply rooted in the Songhai Centre’s mission to eradicate poverty and hunger through sustainable agricultural practices. His unwavering commitment to empowering rural communities has transformed countless lives, providing not only sustenance but also a pathway to economic independence.
In his keynote address, Prof. Nzamujo will explore the synergies between the Songhai Centre’s approach and Governor Soludo’s agricultural policies, particularly the distribution of palm and coconut seedlings. He will highlight the potential for these initiatives to revolutionize Anambra State’s agricultural landscape, fostering job creation, economic growth, and food security.
His vision is to establish Songhai Centres within the three senatorial zones of Anambra State which would serve as hubs of agricultural innovation, providing invaluable training and resources to aspiring farmers, particularly unemployed graduates.
Prof. Nzamujo’s presence at the Solution Promoters Forum marks a significant milestone in Anambra State’s pursuit of agricultural transformation. His insights and expertise will undoubtedly inspire and guide the state’s efforts to achieve zero poverty and zero hunger through sustainable and inclusive agricultural practices.