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Ekiti imports dairy cows

Post  Admin on Thu Jan 15, 2009 8:20 pm

The Ekiti State Government says it is expecting 880 dairy animals from South Africa through the Lagos Port Complex, Apapa, this week.

The Managing Director, Fountain Dairy Farm, Mr Akin Oluwaleye, said in Lagos on Sunday, that the animals were meant for the state dairy farm, included 690 cows, two bulls and 188 goats and sheep.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the ship, which left South Africa on December 29, 2008, was expected to have arrived in the Nigerian territorial waters.

Oluwaleye said that the dairy farm had spent $2m on the importation of the animals.

He explained that the company, located in Ikun, Ekiti State, had been moribund since its establishment 28 years ago.
According to Oluwaleye, the Segun Oni administration felt the best thing to do was to revive the farm, create employment for Ekiti indigenes and boost enterprise in the state.


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