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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Rotary club commissions borehole @Oremeji-Oshodi - NaijaAgroNet

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The Rotary Club of Ikeja has commissioned a borehole at the Oremeji community Adeyemi-Arowojobe Community Development Association (AACDA)(AACDA) in Oshodi-Lagos State, reports NaijaAgroNet.
Rotary club commissions borehole @Oremeji-Oshodi - NaijaAgroNet
Rotary International comprises members imbibed with the spirit of humanitarianism are giving freely their talent, their treasure and their time to the needy in the society. This project has alleviated the pains of the masses by the President of the District who attracted the project to the residents having seen what his residents go through in trying to buy water from shylock water sellers.

Friday, August 5, 2022

Makinde commissions first cassava-based sorbitol factory in Africa - NaijaAgroNet

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Oyo State Governor, ‘Seyi Makinde, on Thursday, commissioned the first Cassava-based Sorbitol Factory in Africa owned by Psaltery International Limited and located in Alayide Village, Ado-Awaye, Oyo State.
Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo State
The governor declared that his government will continue to prioritise the safety and security of lives and properties, while providing enabling environment for businesses to thrive.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Osinbajo commissions $1.5bn fertilizer plant

The Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has commissioned $1.5 billion fertilizer plant in Nigeria city of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, reports NaijaAgroNet.

The fertilizer plant, NaijaAgroNet gathered was built by Indorama Eleme Fertilizer and Chemicals Limited at the cost of $1.5 billion, with production capacity of 4000 metric tons (MT) of nitrogenous fertilizers per day or 1.5 MT per annum.

NaijaAgroNet also reports that the acting President used the opportunity to remind all Nigerians that time has come for them to grow whatever they eat and produce whatever they consume.

“What Indorama is accomplishing today is very much in line with President Buhari’s vision for a country that produces what it consumes and grows what it eats. If you had to sum up our vision for the Nigerian economy in a few words, these would suffice. Grow what we eat, produce what we consume,” he said.

Prof Osinbajo commended Indorama for keying into the Presidential Fertilizer initiative which President Buhari launched last year to make fertilizers cheaper nationwide.

“At the end of last year, the President launched a Presidential Fertilizer Initiative, to ensure the availability of cheaper fertilizer to our farmers, to support what we’re doing in agriculture, in the production of rice and wheat and other staples.

“That Fertilizer Initiative, now well underway, has created significant economic opportunities for companies like Indorama Eleme Fertilizer & Chemicals Limited.

“I have been informed that Indorama will this year alone supply about 360,000 Metric Tons of Urea to Fertilizer blenders, which, in turn, will produce NPK fertilizer for the benefit of farmers across the country.

“This is the kind of economic progress we’re after, in which every unlocked opportunity proceeds to unlock several others, across multiple sectors of the economy.”

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