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An Evaluation of the Possible Strategies for a Sustainable and Successful Bank of Agriculture (Boa) Service Delivery to Farmers in Nigeria: A Case Study of Food Crop Farmers in Kogi State.

By Dr. Adofu Ilemona  et al

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The study evaluated the possible strategies for a sustainable and successful Bank of Agriculture (BOA) service delivery to farmers in Kogi State, Nigeria. Using the food crop farmers as a case study, a multi-stage random sampling technique was used to select three agricultural zone in Kogi State ( zone A, B, and C).Primary data were collected through the use of structured questionnaire which were administered to farmers who are clients of NACRDB. The major tool of analysis is the Likert scale of analysis. The study find out that, strengthening of the group for better performance was seen by respondents as the most important strategy with mean score of 81.53 per cent. Establishing mechanism to protect the farmers from undue competition for fund in BOA was ranked second with a mean score of 80.28. Establishing mechanism to check diversion of fund in BOA with a mean score of 79.86 was ranked third. Privatization of BOA and BOA establishing farms instead of giving credit was ranked the least The study therefore recommends that The government and BOA should strategize for sustainable and successful BOA service
delivery to farmers by strengthening the group for better performance and establishing mechanism to protect farmers from undue competition for fund as this was seen as someof the possible strategies for BOA service delivery to farmers in Nigeria.
An Evaluation of the Possible Strategies for a Sustainable and Successful Bank of Agriculture (Boa) Service Delivery to Farmers in Nigeria: A Case Study of Food Crop Farmers in Kogi State.
 
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Abstract

The study evaluated the possible strategies for a sustainable and successful Bank of
Agriculture (BOA) service delivery to farmers in Kogi State, Nigeria. Using the food crop
farmers as a case study, a multi-stage random sampling technique was used to select
three agricultural zone in Kogi State ( zone A, B, and C).Primary data were collected
through the use of structured questionnaire which were administered to farmers who are clients
of NACRDB. The major tool of analysis is the Likert scale of analysis. The study find
out that, strengthening of the group for better performance was seen by respondents as
the most important strategy with mean score of 81.53 per cent. Establishing mechanism
to protect the farmers from undue competition for fund in BOA was ranked second with a
mean score of 80.28. Establishing mechanism to check diversion of fund in BOA with a
mean score of 79.86 was ranked third. Privatization of BOA and BOA establishing farms
instead of giving credit was ranked the least The study therefore recommends that The
government and BOA should strategize for sustainable and successful BOA service
delivery to farmers by strengthening the group for better performance and establishing
mechanism to protect farmers from undue competition for fund as this was seen as some
of the possible strategies for BOA service delivery to farmers in Nigeria.

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Dr. Adofu Ilemona

Dr. Adofu Ilemona

Ocheja, A.

Ocheja, A.

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