Nigeria floods ruin crops for 100,000 farmers

The disaster, which happened three weeks ago, may cause a shortage of rice, the country's staple food.

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    Nigeria’s agriculture minister is warning there could be a shortage of rice, the country’s staple food.

    The warning came after devastating floods hit large parts of the country, destroying crops just as farmers were getting ready for harvest.

     

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from some of the affected areas.


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