The organisers of Feed Nigeria Summit, Agro-Nigeria said it would hold the gift for the Nigeria Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agriculture Landing, NIRSAL and its activities against corruption allegation.

An organizer, Richard-Mark Mbaram told a news conference in Lagos, against the backdrop of a virtual media report accusing the management of NIRSAL of corruption.

According to Mbaram, who is also a legal practitioner, investigations shows that none of the said allegations, including witholding of one billion naira intervention funds is true.

He said that he owed Nigeria’s economy and the agriculture sector a duty to guide and challenge what was wrong and with negative intent to mislead Nigerians. He added that the carrier of the said publication were faceless as there was no tracable address to the online firm.