July 28, 2021

Obasanjo’s Mango Plantation To Employ Over 1,000 Workers In Benue

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Nigeria’s former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, says his mango plantation in Howe, Gwer East Local Government Area will employ over 1,000 workers in Benue.

Obasanjo made this statement on Monday in Howe during a visit to the farm.

He said that the plantation would produce and process finished products such as juice from assorted fruits and oil from the seeds that could be used by pharmaceutical companies among others.

“I have come for four things, first to see how the farm has started, thank the governor for his encouragement; thank the community for accepting us and lastly give the workers the way forward.

“The workers are from this community. The mangoes will start producing between three to four years time. We have about 140 hectares of land for the project.’’

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