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How Onion Change The Narrative of Youth In Rano, Kibiya, And Bunkure Axis of Kano State Nigeria

Kano State – The youth in Rano, Kibiya, and Bunkure local government areas in Kano State are counting positive profits from onion cultivation and selling as a prominent cash crop in the country.

The region is home to one of the major onion markets in Nigeria, Gun-Dutse, which has significantly contributed to the success of onion farming in the area and Northern Nigeria at large.
Many young people in these areas have embraced onion farming as a means of livelihood and major source of their income, and the demand for onions has made it a more profitable venture were majority of the farmers in the area embark in its journey.

One of the Oninion sellers Habubta arranging his product on ground

The youth are investing their time and resources into onion farming and are reaping the rewards more especially during the epic period of its sell.
According to one of the onion farmers in Gun-Dutse market, Habunta said, “Onion farming has become a major source of income for me and many other youths in the area. I have been able to pay my bills and support my family from the profits I make from onion farming.”
The success of onion farming in these areas has created many employment opportunities for the youth. These include; land preparation, harvesting and marketing. Onion farming has created jobs for many young people and this has contributed to the GDP of the area.
However, onion farming is not without its challenges. farmersvoice.ng has reported That lack of access to finance is a significant challenge that many youths in these areas are facing. Modern storage facilities, land security, power and polices are recorded as their challenges by farmersvoice.ng reports.

Onion on ground

Despite these challenges, the youth in Rano, Kibiya, and Bunkure remain optimistic about the future of onion farming.
The positive outcomes of onion farming include employment opportunities, increased income, skill acquisition, and economic growth.
With the right support and investment, onion farming has the potential to transform the lives of many more youths in Rano, Kibiya, and Bunkure.
Salim Sani Shehuhttp://www.citadradio.com.ng
Salim is a multimedia journalist with vast knowladge of content creation and production

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