The Mediating Influence Of Murabahah Finance On The Relationship Between Farm Land, Farm Infrastructure And Agricultural Output In Kano State, Nigeria

  • Yahuza Salisu Islamic Business School, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 UUM Sintok. Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Mohammed Faculty of Economics Sciences and Management, University of Bakht Alruda,Sudan
  • Rabiu Uba 3School of Business Education,Department of Accounting Education,Federal college of P.M.B 1013 Potiskum,Yobe State,Nigeria.
Keywords: Agricultural Output, farm infrastructure, conceptual framework

Abstract

Agriculture is science of soil utilization for plant grow and anima management for food supply and raw materials for industries production, distribution, consumption and for sustainable living and economic growth. However, the farm output in Kano state is drastically declining. Despite the higher demand for the output and effort of both government and nongovernmental organizations to grow the output and yet the issue is increasing. The objective of this paper is to propose a model for examining the mediating influence of Murabahah finance on the relationship between farm land, farm infrastructure and agricultural output in Kano State of Nigeria. This study proposes a new model that hopes to be considered and utilize by the Kano state government through the state ministry of agriculture, commerce as well as farmer’s cooperatives association and financial institutions. In addition, the current paper introduces Murabahah finance as a potential mediating variable as well as new variable in the study model.

The Mediating Influence Of Murabahah Finance On The Relationship Between Farm Land, Farm Infrastructure And Agricultural Output In Kano State, Nigeria

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2018-01-02
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