Just as it unveiled plans to celebrate the two years of Fayemi’s government, the Ekiti State Government on Thursday expressed delight that the Ikun Dairy Farms in the state now produces milk.
The farm was first reported in July to have resumed production of milk after 40 years of its establishment. According to the state’s government press statement, the new stride of development was made possible by a partnership between the government and Promasidor Group. Promasidor invested $5 million.
Located at Ikun-Ekiti, Moba Local Government Area of the state, the daily milk production from the facility was estimated could be 10,000 litres.
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Boasting of the government’s achievement, the State’s Commissioner for Information and Values Orientation, Hon Akinbowale Omole, said that more development partners and investors have made Ekiti their destination for investment.
Omole identified the elimination of poverty through wealth creation and social investment like monthly stipends for the elderly and empowerment of women and youth, human capital development and urban and industrial development as some of the areas the administration have made a serious impact.
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