World bank disclosed records on Wheat importation from Russia and Ukraine to some thirteen (13) African countries.
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According to the publish diagrammatic records of the commodity wheat in per cent, Benin imports 100% from Russia
Congo Democratic Republic imports 55% from Russia and 5% from Ukraine
Congo Republic imports 50% from Russia and 5% from Ukraine
Senegal imports 50% from Russia and 10% from Ukraine
Burkina Faso imports 56% from Russia and 1% from Ukraine
Madagascar imports 55% from Russia
Uganda imports 30% from Russia and 20% from Ukraine
Rwanda imports 45% from Russia
Ethiopia imports 15% Russia and 30% from Ukraine
Kenya imports 32% from Russia and 9% from Ukraine
Ghana imports 35% from Russia
South Africa imports 25% from Russia and 5% from Ukraine
Nigeria imports 21% from Russia and 8% from Ukraine.
With analytical scrutiny, all the African countries imports majority of wheat from Russia except Ethiopia that imports 15% Russia and 30% from Ukraine.
Again, the importing Africa countries spread across all the cardinal points of Africa except North Africa. None of the Northern African countries were recorded in the World bank’s published diagram on some African countries that imports the commodity, wheat from Russia and Ukraine.
All governments in question here must pay a critical attention to the Agricultural sectors of the listed countries represented in the published record.