Ambode sets to establish rice mill in Kebbi

According to reports, the Lagos State Government is to establish a rice mill capable of processing 20 metric tonnes of rice per hour in Kebbi.

ambode rice mill kebbi

Gov Akinwumi Ambode, made the disclosure in Birnin Kebbi on Saturday while addressing newsmen at the end of his one day official visit to the state.

He said this was as part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the state and Kebbi State Government. The governor, who was accompanied on the visit by Mexican investors, said the mill would be completed within six months.

He said the MoU was to strengthen the drive to end the importation of rice and ensure food security. Ambode said the collaboration would also enable the two states provide employment for their teeming population and improve revenue generation.

He said the MoU included collaboration on developing livestock, fish, sorghum and groundnut.

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9 Comments

  1. Where is fayoshame,he should come and see how real governor’s work , generating revenue, reducing Nigeria’s dependence on imported rice & not wasting his time eating amala & pumo on d streets☺
    Ambode is working

  2. Where is Fayoshame; hahahahaha!!!! Nice one, haven’t you heard he is on strike and still waiting for this month’s federal allocation which happens to be the state’s only source of revenue.

  3. This is the difference between two governors Ambode is focused while, wild wild fayoshe is focuseless. Just an empty vesules that makes the loudest noise.

  4. THAT IS WHAT SOUTHERN RICH STATES NEEDS TO DO, INVEST IN AGRICULTURE IN THE NORTH, IN EXCHANGE FOR WHAT IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE NORTH. THIS IS WHAT TRUE FEDERALISM IS ALL ABOUT

  5. HOW MANY MOU HAVE BEEN HONOURED IN THE HISTORY OF THIS COUNTRY?
    NIGERIAN YOUTHS ARE SO GULLIBLE. LET’S WAIT FOR THE COMPLETION BY DECEMBER.
    SIX MONTHS IS NOT FAR FETCHED. LETS WAIT AND SEE.
    BRAINLESS YOUTHS

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