Price Per Ton 11th July - 17th July 2021
  • Maize White Muna ₦285,000 ▲ + 1.50%
  • Maize Yellow Muna ₦286,200 ▲ + 1.31%
  • Cowpea Brown Big Muna ₦548,000 ▲ + 4.58%
  • Cowpea White Big Muna ₦500,000 ▲ + 2.77%
  • Cowpea Brown Iron Muna ₦550,000 ▲ + 2.80%
  • Groundnut Shelled Muna ₦548,800 ▲ + 0.44%
  • Millet Gero Muna ₦238,000 ▼ -3.25%
  • Sorghum Red Muna ₦288,000 ▼ -0.17%
  • Sorghum White Muna ₦284,000 ▼ -0.32%
  • Maize White Dawanau ₦245,000 ► 0.00%
  • Maize Yellow Dawanau ₦245,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sorghum White Dawanau ₦240,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sorghum Yellow Dawanau ₦240,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet Gero Dawanau ₦240,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet Maiwa Dawanau ₦240,000 ► 0.00%
  • Soyabeans Dawanau ₦330,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Bargo Dawanau ₦600,000 ▲ + 1.69%
  • Groundnut Dakar Dawanau ₦600,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Bahausa/Kampala Dawanau ₦595,000 ▲ + 2.59%
  • Sesame Clean Dawanau ₦520,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sesame Unclean Dawanau ₦490,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White Big Dawanau ₦500,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White Small Dawanau ₦490,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Big Dawanau ₦500,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Small Dawanau ₦490,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sesame unclean Doma ₦450,000 ▲ + 1.12%
  • Melon unshelled Doma ₦215,274 ▲ + 2.55%
  • Groundnut unshelled Doma ₦225,602 ▲ + 0.06%
  • Soyabeans Doma ₦295,000 ▲ + 1.72%
  • White Maize Doma ₦203,815 ▲ + 2.54%
  • Rice Paddy Doma ₦215,116 ▲ + 2.19%
  • Rice Milled Doma ₦387,000 ▲ + 0.52%
  • Maize White Ilela ₦224,000 ▼ -6.67%
  • Maize Yellow Illela ₦224,000 ▼ -6.67%
  • Sorghum Red Illela ₦240,000 ▼ -7.69%
  • Sorghum White Illela ₦240,000 ▼ -7.69%
  • Sorghum Yellow Illela ₦240,000 ▼ -7.69%
  • Millet Gero Illela ₦250,000 ▼ -3.85%
  • Millet Maiwa Illela ₦250,000 ▼ -3.85%
  • Soyabeans Illela ₦320,000 ▼ -5.88%
  • Sesame uncleaned Illela ₦600,000 ► 0.00%
  • Paddy Rice Illela ₦170,000 ► 0.00%
  • Milled Rice Illela ₦420,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Shelled Illela ₦500,000 ▼ -9.09%
  • Cowpea White Small Illela ₦480,000 ▼ -4.00%
  • Maize White Birnin Gwari ₦215,000 ▼ -6.52%
  • Maize Yellow Birnin Gwari ₦230,000 ▼ -8.00%
  • Sorghum Red Birnin Gwari ₦200,000 ▼ -4.76%
  • Sorghum Yellow Birnin Gwari ₦215,000 ▼ -10.42%
  • Sorghum White Birnin Gwari ₦240,000 ▼ -7.69%
  • Millet Maiwa Birnin Gwari ₦260,000 ▼ -3.70%
  • Millet Gero Birnin Gwari ₦250,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White-Small Birnin Gwari ₦470,000 ▼ -2.08%
  • Cowpea Brown-Big Birnin Gwari ₦495,000 ▼ -1.00%
  • Soyabean Birnin Gwari ₦320,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut-Kampala Birnin Gwari ₦490,000 ▼ -2.00%
  • Groundnut-Kwakwaso Birnin Gwari ₦480,000 ► 0.00%
  • Maize White Saminaka ₦204,000 ► 0.00%
  • Maize Yellow Saminaka ₦216,000 ▲ + 1.89%
  • Sorghum Red Saminaka ₦224,000 ▲ + 0.90%
  • Sorghum White Saminaka ₦234,000 ▲ + 3.54%
  • Sorghum Yellow Saminaka ₦206,000 ▲ + 3.00%
  • Rice Paddy Saminaka ₦151,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Miled Saminaka ₦436,000 ▼ -1.36%
  • Groundnut Kampala Saminaka ₦668,000 ▲ + 2.77%
  • Groundnut Unshelled Saminaka ₦146,000 ▲ + 4.29%
  • Millet Gero Saminaka ₦258,000 ▼ -3.01%
  • Millet Maiwa Saminaka ₦262,000 ▼ -3.68%
  • Cowpea White-Big Saminaka ₦480,000 ▲ + 3.00%
  • Cowpea Brown-Big Saminaka ₦488,000 ▲ + 2.95%
  • Soyabean Saminaka ₦316,000 ▲ + 0.64%
  • Maize White Kantudu ₦240,000 ▲ + 4.35%
  • Maize Yellow Kantudu ₦250,000 ▲ + 8.70%
  • Rice Paddy Kantudu ₦170,000 ▼ -8.11%
  • Rice Milled - Jamila Kantudu ₦450,000 ▲ + 4.65%
  • Rice Milled - Normal Kantudu ₦390,000 ▼ -4.88%
  • Sorghum White Kantudu ₦250,000 ▲ + 4.17%
  • Sorghum Red Kantudu ₦260,000 ▲ + 8.33%
  • Millet Gero Kantudu ₦220,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet Maiwa Kantudu ₦240,000 ► 0.00%
  • Soyabeans Kantudu ₦320,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White Iron Kantudu ₦540,000 ▼ -1.82%
  • Cowpea Brown Iron Kantudu ₦620,000 ▼ -3.13%
  • Cowpea Honey Kantudu ₦620,000 ▼ -3.13%
  • Cowpea Normal Kantudu ₦470,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Kampala Kantudu ₦480,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut (Yakasai) Kantudu ₦350,000 ▲ + 2.94%
  • Groundnut Konkoso Kantudu ₦480,000 ► 0.00%
  • Bambara Nut Kantudu ₦500,000 ▲ + 4.17%
  • Sesame Cleaned Kantudu ₦450,000 ▼ -6.25%
  • Maize White Mutum Biu ₦199,700 ▼ -6.86%
  • Maize Yellow Mutum Biu ₦248,500 ▲ + 15.96%
  • Sorghum Red Mutum Biu ₦229,700 ▲ + 4.69%
  • Soyabeans Mutum Biu ₦309,600 ▲ + 12.95%
  • Groundnut Shelled Mutum Biu ₦479,900 ▼ -5.85%
  • Melon Unshelled Mutum Biu ₦209,700 ▼ -22.16%
  • Rice Paddy Mutum Biu ₦159,900 ▲ + 10.96%
  • Cowpea White Big Mutum Biu ₦469,300 ▼ -2.15%
  • Maize White Mangu ₦190,000 ▼ -3.06%
  • Maize Yellow Mangu ₦208,000 ▲ + 0.97%
  • Sorghum White Mangu ₦346,000 ▼ -8.95%
  • Sorghum Red Mangu ₦348,000 ▼ -8.42%
  • Millet Gero Mangu ₦376,000 ▲ + 12.57%
  • Millet Maiwa Mangu ₦362,000 ▲ + 10.03%
  • Soyabeans Mangu ₦460,000 ▼ -8.00%
  • Popcorn Mangu ₦450,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Red Mangu ₦650,000 ▼ -3.85%
  • Groundnut Maizane/Kampala Mangu ₦664,000 ▼ -1.48%
  • Cowpea White Big Mangu ₦734,000 ▲ + 7.94%
  • Rice Milled Mangu ₦638,000 ▼ -7.27%
  • Maize White Mile '12' ₦280,000 ► 0.00%
  • Maize Yellow Mile '12' ₦280,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sorghum Red Mile '12' ₦300,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sorghum White Mile '12' ₦300,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet/Maiwa Mile '12' ₦280,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet/Gero Mile '12' ₦280,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Red Mile '12' ₦520,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Campala Mile '12' ₦530,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Oloyin (Niger) Mile '12' ₦580,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Oloyin (Maiduguri) Mile '12' ₦690,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Olotu (Maiduguri) Mile '12' ₦750,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Olotu (Niger) Mile '12' ₦560,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White (Gombe) Mile '12' ₦550,000 ► 0.00%
  • Soyabeans Mile '12' ₦380,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Milled Mass Abakaliki ₦446,000 ▼ -0.45%
  • Rice Milled R8/306 Abakaliki ₦432,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Milled R5 Abakaliki ₦400,000 ▼ -2.91%
  • Rice Paddy (Ogoja) Abakaliki ₦306,667 ▼ -2.13%
  • Rice Paddy (Ikwo) Abakaliki ₦300,000 ▼ -2.17%
  • Rice Paddy (Sokoto) Abakaliki ₦200,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Paddy (Benue) Abakaliki ₦282,352 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Paddy (Yola) Abakaliki ₦206,667 ▼ -3.12%
  • Rice Paddy (Adamawa) Abakaliki ₦200,009 ▼ -3.22%
  • Rice Paddy (Taraba) Abakaliki ₦260,000 ▲ + 2.63%
  • Maize Yellow Osse-Onitsha ₦250,000 ► 0.00%
  • Maize White Osse-Onitsha ₦250,000 ► 0.00%
  • Popcorn (Mangu) Osse-Onitsha ₦350,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Small Osse-Onitsha ₦625,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea Brown Iron Osse-Onitsha ₦583,333 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White Iron Osse-Onitsha ₦583,333 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White Patasco Osse-Onitsha ₦541,667 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White (Sokoto) Osse-Onitsha ₦500,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cowpea White Oloka Osse-Onitsha ₦541,667 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut (Yawuri) Osse-Onitsha ₦650,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Kampara Osse-Onitsha ₦550,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Red Pikel Osse-Onitsha ₦550,000 ► 0.00%
  • Groundnut Light Pikel Osse-Onitsha ₦530,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cassava Chips Long Osse-Onitsha ₦250,000 ► 0.00%
  • Sorghum Red Osse-Onitsha ₦271,428 ► 0.00%
  • Sorghum White Osse-Onitsha ₦271,428 ► 0.00%
  • Melon Hand Shelled Osse-Onitsha ₦808,823 ► 0.00%
  • Melon Machine Shelled Osse-Onitsha ₦592,105 ► 0.00%
  • Millet (Zaki) Osse-Onitsha ₦370,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet (Mangu) Osse-Onitsha ₦370,000 ► 0.00%
  • Millet (Biu) Osse-Onitsha ₦365,000 ► 0.00%
  • Soyabeans (Zaki) Osse-Onitsha ₦420,000 ► 0.00%
  • Soyabeans (Mangu) Osse-Onitsha ₦420,000 ► 0.00%
  • Soyabeans (Minna) Osse-Onitsha ₦420,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Milled (Adani) Osse-Onitsha ₦575,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Milled (Nzam) Osse-Onitsha ₦540,000 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Milled (Lafia) Osse-Onitsha ₦387,500 ► 0.00%
  • Rice Milled (Taraba) Osse-Onitsha ₦387,500 ► 0.00%
  • Cocoa LBA Ikom ₦880,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cocoa Exporter Ikom ₦920,000 ► 0.00%
  • Palm Oil Ikom ₦600,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cocoa Graded Akure ₦935,000 ► 0.00%
  • Cocoa Ungraded Akure ₦930,000 ► 0.00%

RMAFC, NCX Partner To Boost Revenue Generation

Chairman, Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission, (RMAFC), Abuja, Engr, Elias Nwalem Mbam has said that the primary roles of the commission are to mobilise revenue, to diversify and to advice all tiers of governments on fiscal efficiency.

He was speaking when the Managing Director of Nigeria Commodity Exchange, Mrs Zaheera Baba Ari lead the management team to pay a courtesy call to the revenue mobilisation allocation and fiscal commission office in Abuja on Wednesday morning.

Engr. Elias explained that his commission had visited the six geopolitical zones to sensitise the governments and the people of each zones on the need for them to diversify their economy and for them to know the resources available in their zones which they could have harnessed.

He said,
“Before now, the solid minerals was not contributing to the Federation Account but with advocacy, sensitisation and collaboration with the Commission and Ministry of Mines and Steels, solid minerals are now contributing reasonably”.

He revealed that in recent times, that oil revenues to the Federation have dwindled significantly, and that there is the need for all the tiers of governments to beam their searchlight on non oil sectors like agriculture, tourism and solid minerals.

Engr Elias added that his commission is therefore willing and ready to work with the Nigerian Commodity Exchange since the NCX’s mandate is also to explore the use of agriculture to boost the revenue base of the country.

‘In recent times, oil has not been contributing too much to the economy and so we have to fall back to non-oil sectors such as agriculture, tourism and solid minerals and so any agency that is working to enhance the revenue base of the country, we are willing to work with such agency.

The boss of RMFAC, then said that a six-man committee would be set up to further explore how his commission and NCX would collaborate in order to deepen ways by which the non oil sectors could be further harnessed in the area of revenue generation.

According to Elias, the six man committee would be made of 3 members from RMAFC and 3 from NCX.

Speaking earlier, the MD of NCX, Mrs Baba Ari Said the purpose of the visit of NCX officials to the Commission was to explain to the Boss of RMAFC what NCX does and to seek collaboration between the NCX and RMAFC.
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Speaking further, Mrs Baba Ari explained that the NCX’s mandate is to ensure that Nigerian farmers get a platform where they can market their commodities.

She added that with the provision of platform for selling of farm products, the farmers would benefit and the government’s revenue would be boosted.

She further added that for every revenue generated by the NCX, a percentage goes to TSA.
Therefore, she offered that her agency would train officials of RMAFC for the two bodies to collaborate to sensitise the farmers on the need to to the NCX as a marketing platform, which would be beneficial to the Commission.

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