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BUSTED: How rotten tomatoes cause cancer

A nutritionist, Mrs Toyin Aliu at the College of Health Technology, Offa, Kwara, has said that the consumption of rotten tomatoes, popularly known as ‘esa’ or ‘baje’, could cause cancer.
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Tomato: TOGAN tasks FG on processing plants

Tomato: TOGAN tasks FG on processing plants

The Tomato Growers Association of Nigeria (TOGAN) has called on the Federal Government to establish cottage processing plants in tomato producing areas. The Secretary General of TOGAN, Alhaji Sani Danladi-Yadakwari, made the call in an interview with newsmen Wednesday in Kano. He said that establishing the plants in areas where the commodity is being produced […]
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Rotten tomatoes can cause cancer

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NAFDAC warns against rotten tomatoes By Peter OkolieThe National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Friday warned Nigerians against the consumption of rotten tomatoes to forestall cancer. Mrs Christiana Essenwa, a Deputy Director with the agency, gave the warning in an interview with tNews Agency of Nigeria (NAN)

Tomatoes seller hides our guns under basket in the market – Robber

A 31-year-old member of a notorious robbery gang, Olatunde Adetunji, arrested by operatives of the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, has said their armourer normally covered their bag of guns with baskets and sacks, where she sells tomatoes and pepper in the market.
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Consumer Watch: Basket of Tomatoes sells for N35,000 – N40,000

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Items    Prices   
Basket of Tomatoes  N35,000- N40,000
Bag of Bawa             N7,000- N8,000
Bag of Pepper  (Rodo) N9,000 – N10,000
A bag of Long pepper  N14,000 – N15,000
A bag of Onions (white)        N29,000 – N32,000
A bag of Onions (Red) N29,000- N30,000 
50kg of long grain Rice      N13,500
A derica of long grain Rice N260 – N300 
50kg of short grain Rice.   N13,500
A derica of short grain Rice N260 – N350
A crate of eggs      N1,100 – 1,200
A bag of Olotu beans N65,000
A bag of Oloyin                  N24,000
A bag of Yam Flour (Elubo) N80,000
A bag of Garri (Yellow)  N5,500
A paint bucket N500
A bag of Ijebu Gari N5,000 – N8000
A paint bucket N500
25 Litres of Vegetable Oil N10,500-11,000
10Litres N4,000-N 4,400
25 Litres of Palm Oil    N15,000
5Litres of Palm Oil N2,200
Salt N100-N200
Noodles- 70g N1500- N1970
Spaghetti (1packet) N300-N350
Macaroni(1packet) N250-270
Semovita (10kg) N3000- N3500
Diapers (cartons of 8) N1680- N4000
Seasonings N110 – N500
Tomato paste (2,200g) N1500-N1800
Tomatoe paste (Medium) N700-N750
Tomato paste(small) N200-N400
Tomato sachet (a roll) N350 –N400
Pack of toilet roll (48pieces) N1800-N2,300
A Satchet of milk N30-N50
A Sachet of beverage N45-N50
Toothpaste N270-N300
5 Litres of Kerosine       N1,200
12.5kg.
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Growing tomatoes under Green House Initiative

To promote diversification of the economy, many states have taken to farming. Akwa Ibom is into vegetable farming, growing tomotatoes and cucumber under its Green House Initiative to boost revenue generation. Joe Iniodu writes. If the  Akwa Ibom Employment and Enterprise Scheme (AKEES ) opened the people’s eyes to the wealth around them, especially inRead More
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