The vice chancellor of Covenant University, Professor A. Atayero, has urged researchers, dons and other stakeholders in agriculture to brainstorm on new ways for the production and supply of cassava, with a view to meeting the growing demand for the crop. The vice chancellor, who was represented by his deputy, Professor Shalom Chinedu, said this while declaring open the first Cassava Virus and Clean Seed Awareness Training Workshop, organised by the West African Virus Epidemiology (WAVE), at Covenant University, last week. Read more