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In the age of economy meltdown with suggestion of agriculture for economic recovery, this paper examines the significance of agriculture for development and economic growth in the world. While examining these suggestions as previously stated by scholars, the paper further investigates the problems and challenges of the different sectors that enhance development. However, more emphasis is focused on the development of the agricultural sector, which seems to be lagging behind. Researchers suggest diverse ways in which communication strategies can be employed for developing the agricultural sector in Nigeria. While emphasising the need for young people to change their stereotype view of agriculture, mostly obtained from ICT exposure, the study recommends that the government make policies on land that is favourable to agriculture or for cultivation of crops in the country.
Keywords: Development, agriculture, identity, technology, ICT, and identity.
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