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Buhari commissions $150 million feed mill in Kaduna

Buhari commissions $150 million feed mill in Kaduna

Buhari commissions $150 million feed mill in Kaduna

President Muhammadu Buhari on the commissioning of a brand new poultry feed mill value $150 million in Kaduna State, yesterday. PHOTO: BAYO OMOBORIOWO

• Leads delegation to UNGA, New York



President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday commissioned a brand new poultry feed mill value $150 million in Kaduna State. Located at Chikpiri Gabas village in Gwagwada space of the state, the President mentioned the mill wouldn’t solely add worth to the diversification programme of his administration however will even help in creating new jobs for the nation’s teaming youth.

President Buhari urged overseas and native buyers to reap the benefits of the large incentives, together with beneficial enterprise surroundings being created by authorities.

Specifically, he urged them to take a position in areas that may complement the employment era initiative of the Federal Government.

His phrases: “This project is very important to us. We are determined to encourage those who are coming to invest in Nigeria to invest in areas where our people can get jobs, particularly in the non-extractive industry.”

He famous that it was due to the importance of the venture to his administration’s insurance policies of boosting agriculture that he rescheduled receiving the Ghanaian chief, Nana Akufo-Addo, to attend the occasion.

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The President assured Olam group and different buyers of presidency’s continued help and partnership. Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, thanked President Buhari for locating the day out of his busy schedule to fee the feed mill.

He famous that it was the primary public outing by the President since his return from a medical trip in London. Meanwhile, President Buhari can be main Nigeria’s delegation to the 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) holding in New York.

Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, who disclosed this yesterday, added that the convention scheduled for September 12 – 25 would afford Nigeria the chance to resume requires worldwide help for the discharge of remaining Chibok ladies.



“We are always keen that Nigeria’s priorities and interests are really pushed and our objectives are achieved,” the Minister mentioned. He mentioned they’d have interaction robustly with the worldwide group.

Onyeama acknowledged that the 2017 UNGA would offer a excessive degree window of alternative to advance Nigeria’s actions in direction of the promotion of peace and fervent implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) .

He famous that Nigeria would pursue its agenda in line with the theme for the session, which is, Focusing on the People: Striving for Peace and Decent Life for all on a Sustainable Planet.

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Onyeama added that Nigeria would search the help of the worldwide group in eradicating the residual traces of terrorism from the North East.

In one other improvement, President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will lead different prime authorities functionaries to take part in the October 1 grand finale of a 400 hours continuous medley of ‎musical exercise to rejoice Nigeria’s 57th independence anniversary in Abuja.‎

Chaplain of the Aso Rock Chapel, Pastor Oluseye Malomo who gave the indication yesterday mentioned the occasion is designed to rejoice the return of President Buhari after a 103 days medical follow-up in London, United Kingdom (UK), and mark the second yr anniversary of the current administration.

He mentioned, the Aso villa Chapel in conjunction with over 140 choir drawn from all Nigerian church buildings will tomorrow start the actions lined up forward of the grand finale.

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