The Bank of Agriculture (BOA) said it had injected a total of N9.08 billion in states in the
South-east zone of the country, in its quest to achieve economic diversification.
A breakdown of the amount showed that while Anambra got the lion share of N3.304billion, Ebonyi got N577.888 million. Abia on its part got N1.451 billion, while Enugu and Imo got N1.703 billion and N2.048 billion respectively.
The bank had also during the last meeting of the South East governors’ forum made a presentation on the activities of the bank in the region and efforts to explore areas the zone had comparative advantage.