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Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by AromsFarms(m): 10:10am On Oct 28, 2015
AROMS FARMS NIG. LTD. OFFERS PROSPECTIVE JOB OPPORTUNITY TO AGRIC GRADUATES

* Are you an Agric graduate?
* Are you passionate about Agri-business?
* Do you wish to be trained for 2 months with a job prospect after your training?
...if YES, read the requirements and contact the concerned email below

REQUIREMENTS
* Must have minimum of HND/B.Agric or B.Sc in Agric related discipline
* Must have minimum of 1year crop production field practical experience
* Must have NYSC discharged certificate
* Must be efficient and able to overcome pressure at work
* Age not more than 30 years
* Must be located in Benin or able to relocate to Benin, Edo State at his/her own cost.

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Send your resumé with cover letter to: esther.a.enoma@aromsfarms.com

Offer closes: 15th November, 2015.
Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by AromsFarms(m): 4:43am On Dec 11, 2015
Our Graduate Trainees on the track, acquiring the skills with mentorship.

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by Beboy23(m): 5:58pm On Mar 23, 2016
Arom farm graduate training is fraud, they will invite you and tell you they will train you for two month which is a great lie,you will start manual work from your first day you resume without telling you what they want to pay after two month of hard labour,you will be digging, weeding and other manual work for complete two month, after two month they will promise to pay you 30,000naira or you leave, even if you agree to stay after one month they will lay you off and invite another graduate to do the manual labour for another two month to use and drop, that is their system, noting like management, they don't have any produce, they are complete failure because the owner don't listen to professional advise, bad land with bad management.

I have prove to all this claim

I want to save my fellow nairalander cos this forum has save me alot

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by cleavon(m): 9:09pm On Mar 23, 2016
Its really scary..u want to train for agric and ur requirement..is that really training..I really don't get anything? D person must be a graduate, served and must study agric..and u call that training?
Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by AromsFarms(m): 10:05pm On Mar 23, 2016
Mr Blessing Omotosho was indeed selected from 180 candidates who applied for Aroms Farms Training Program in Aroms Farms. Contrary to the story of Blessing Omotosho, we only selected 12 persons out of the 180 who applied. From the 12 persons selected, 4 stopped showing up for the program halve way while only 8 showed up to the end. All those who made it to the end, including Blessing Omotosho were offered jobs with a starting salary of N47,000.

Fortunately, the picture Blessing Omotosho showed in his post to convene his message that they were asked to do manual labour happens to be our advanced plantain propagation training program which is normally sold for N120,000 to the general public. This training was offered to him free of charge doing his stay at Aroms Farms.

Blessing Omotosho was fired after serving for one month at Aroms Farms because of unwillingness to work and constant fighting with his co workers which the company didn’t want to tolerate anymore despite several appeal to him and a written warning.

I would like to appeal to Blessing Omotoso to withdraw his baseless accusations and go on with his life. Failure to do so Aroms Farms will publish tomorrow the following scanned documents.

1. Blessings Omotosho’s Letter of appointment with offer of N47,000 with his signature under it. This will prove that he was not offered N30,000 as he claimed.

2. Warning letter to him to show his pattern of insubordination that got him fired.

3. Video testimonies of the same Blessing Omotosho praising Aroms Farms at the completion of his training program.

4. Letter of termination.

5. Proof that his salary was fully paid to him. A screenshot of Zenith bank account payment to him.


This will all prove that he is fabricating these stories because he was demised for reasons stated in his letter of termination. All this will come back to hunt him when looking for a job in the future. Therefore, I appeal to Blessing Omotosho to withdraw this basic accusations and delete this post within the next 24 hours.

Finally, If these baseless accusation is not withdrawn, Aroms Forms will take legal action against him for deformation of character.
Chairman/CEO
Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd.

Beboy23:
Arom farm graduate training is fraud, they will invite you and tell you they will train you for two month which is a great lie,you will start manual work from your first day you resume without telling you what they want to pay after two month of hard labour,you will be digging, weeding and other manual work for complete two month, after two month they will promise to pay you 30,000naira or you leave, even if you agree to stay after one month they will lay you off and invite another graduate to do the manual labour for another two month to use and drop, that is their system, noting like management, they don't have any produce, they are complete failure because the owner don't listen to professional advise, bad land with bad management.

I have prove to all this claim

I want to save my fellow nairalander cos this forum has save me alot
Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by Nobody: 7:06am On Mar 24, 2016
cleavon:
Its really scary..u want to train for agric and ur requirement..is that really training..I really don't get anything? D person must be a graduate, served and must study agric..and u call that training?

What else did you expect? You cannot expect a non-agric graduate to learn all they need to know to become agric consultants with a 2-month training, can you?
Most Agric graduates have plenty of theoretical knowledge but do not have field experience. At least, they're not saying "Minimum of second class upper" cheesy

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by Nobody: 7:10am On Mar 24, 2016
Beboy23:
Arom farm graduate training is fraud, they will invite you and tell you they will train you for two month which is a great lie,you will start manual work from your first day you resume without telling you what they want to pay after two month of hard labour,you will be digging, weeding and other manual work for complete two month, after two month they will promise to pay you 30,000naira or you leave, even if you agree to stay after one month they will lay you off and invite another graduate to do the manual labour for another two month to use and drop, that is their system, noting like management, they don't have any produce, they are complete failure because the owner don't listen to professional advise, bad land with bad management.

I have prove to all this claim

I want to save my fellow nairalander cos this forum has save me alot

You may, or may not be right; but this isn't the best way to state your case! Your post screams 'vendetta'! angry

However, you've succeeded in creating an awareness, such that anyone who wants to apply for the training would carry out 'due diligence' before rushing in.

But please learn to be more diplomatic. smiley
Shalom!!!
Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by Beboy23(m): 9:22am On Mar 24, 2016
let Aroms farm show the evidence of my payment
you promise 47,000 do you pay it?
let them show the letter of warning given to me
they can only show termination letter give to four (4) of us with the same allegation
do you think am afraid of Aroms farm
I think legal body will visit the farm to known the type of training giving to us except plantain propagation
so four of us commit the same offence?
can a farm without a produce give out a training
I thing i still have other 3 people fired by you that can testify to this
only successful practise in this farm is plantain multiplication
Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by cleavon(m): 10:52am On Mar 24, 2016
Beboy23:
let Aroms farm show the evidence of my payment
you promise 47,000 do you pay it?
let them show the letter of warning given to me
they can only show termination letter give to four (4) of us with the same allegation
do you think am afraid of Aroms farm
I think legal body will visit the farm to known the type of training giving to us except plantain propagation
so four of us commit the same offence?
can a farm without a produce give out a training
I thing i still have other 3 people fired by you that can testify to this
only successful practise in this farm is plantain multiplication


@least you learn something and you attest to it it was successful..u re now a consultant of plantain propagation and multiplication and you can add it to ur CV and experience...anyway tnks 4 d eye opener..@least anyone going there shouldn't be expecting job of a life time.

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by VolturiLord: 8:51pm On Mar 24, 2016
Good Day Everyone,


I really did not want to be a part of this entire conundrum, but given the complexity of the situation I have no choice but to speak out. It just wouldn't be fair if a rebuttal wasn't issued by one of his co-trainees. I will try and keep this short.


I speak not for the management, but for myself and my fellow ex-trainees, some of which are currently employed by Aroms Farms Nig. Limited and some that aren't. It is quite sad when a single person chooses to undermine the philanthropic endeavour of our benevolent Chairman and the entire work of us all working at Aroms Farms.

As some of us may know, Agriculture is a hands on business. You don't get employment in a Farm and expect to be seated in an air conditioned building. Neither does one expect to be a manual labourer, especially after spending 5 years plus in a higher institution.

In a new Farm when processes and procedures are being ironed out and implemented, one has no choice but to be on field to supervise, inspect and motivate your workers and that is what we do here at Aroms Farms. Leadership is by example. My boss spends time with us on the field, he works with us come rain or shine and keep in mind that he pays the bills. Why shouldn't I also show that depth of dedication and fortitude.

Now, let's get down to the nitty-gritty of the problem at hand. 12 persons, myself included were invited to begin the Trainee process, 4 fell by the way side and 8 of us successfully completed said programme. To show how motivated the company was to empower us in our chosen field, have a human face and ensure the success of everybody involved, the total number of us were employed with a starting salary of 47,000 Naira. Emphasis on Starting.

There are lots of points raised by Mr. Omotosho that I find entirely fallacious.
1. We learnt quite a lot, apart from the Macro-propagation of Plantain and Banana, we learnt how to raise and market crops like Watermelon, Cucumber, Pumpkin, Papaya and many too numerous to mention. We learnt the tenets of dry season farming. I am not an Engineer, but I can comfortably set up the irrigation system for any type of crop/field. I wasn't taught this at school, I was exposed to such advanced technology at Aroms Farms.


2. Even as trainees, we were never subjected to labour as he stated. We had farm hands under us. Two Farmhands per trainees to be exact. We only had to do manual labour out of our own volition. In situations like when working on our own pet projects or when trying to show said Farmhands how to properly carry our some cultural farm practices. From my recollections, Blessing had to do Manual labour just thrice during the course of his tenure here, and this was mainly due to shortage of hands to carry out operations. We were right alongside him doing said labour, you don't find us screaming bloody murder. I personally have never been made to weed, I've dugged, but that's because I chose to do so. The Farmhands weren't doing what I wanted. So I can't help but wonder where he did such. It definitely wasn't here at Aroms Farms.

3. As agreed and stated in our employment letters, we were expecting 47,000 Naira at the end of the month, which amounts to N1666 per day. Blessing totally forgot to state the fact that he was absent for a entire week, taking a personal leave. I point this out in the spirit of having out all the facts, and not out of any desire to spite him.
3. Aroms Farms is not a failure. If his suggestions weren't implemented then that's because they weren't up to par. I've worked on numerous policies that were deemed worthy, workable and indeed implemented in the company. I totally and completely resent any suggestions and aspersions that misconstrued the work we do here.

In conclusion, Blessing was let go In conjunction with several other Trainees while the rest of us were left untouched. Please kindly ask him why this was. I would like him to give the real reason he was let go and not pin blame on kind fellows whose sole aim was to help us achieve something in life. This attack on Aroms Farms, where we choose to think of ourselves as a family is totally unwarranted, uncalled for, out of misplaced enthusiasm and unfettered access to the Internet. I call on you to disregard this entire epistle of an embittered malcontent and instead advise him to work on himself and build a better work ethic. I believe he he is about to go into farming himself, growing and selling Watermelon on a large scale. Where did he learn how to do such and find the confidence to embark on such a project if not at Aroms Farms? Kindly ask him this.

The Trainee Programme at Aroms Farms has been a life and game changing period for me, and if you're interested, I sincerely urge you to avail yourself of this opportunity. Like the age old adage goes; a stitch in time saves nine.

Kind Regards

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by Beboy23(m): 11:27pm On Mar 24, 2016
VolturiLord:
Good Day Everyone,


I really did not want to be a part of this entire conundrum, but given the complexity of the situation I have no choice but to speak out. It just wouldn't be fair if a rebuttal wasn't issued by one of his co-trainees. I will try and keep this short.


I speak not for the management, but for myself and my fellow ex-trainees, some of which are currently employed by Aroms Farms Nig. Limited and some that aren't. It is quite sad when a single person chooses to undermine the philanthropic endeavour of our benevolent Chairman and the entire work of us all working at Aroms Farms.

As some of us may know, Agriculture is a hands on business. You don't get employment in a Farm and expect to be seated in an air conditioned building. Neither does one expect to be a manual labourer, especially after spending 5 years plus in a higher institution.

In a new Farm when processes and procedures are being ironed out and implemented, one has no choice but to be on field to supervise, inspect and motivate your workers and that is what we do here at Aroms Farms. Leadership is by example. My boss spends time with us on the field, he works with us come rain or shine and keep in mind that he pays the bills. Why shouldn't I also show that depth of dedication and fortitude.

Now, let's get down to the nitty-gritty of the problem at hand. 12 persons, myself included were invited to begin the Trainee process, 4 fell by the way side and 8 of us successfully completed said programme. To show how motivated the company was to empower us in our chosen field, have a human face and ensure the success of everybody involved, the total number of us were employed with a starting salary of 47,000 Naira. Emphasis on Starting.

There are lots of points raised by Mr. Omotosho that I find entirely fallacious.
1. We learnt quite a lot, apart from the Macro-propagation of Plantain and Banana, we learnt how to raise and market crops like Watermelon, Cucumber, Pumpkin, Papaya and many too numerous to mention. We learnt the tenets of dry season farming. I am not an Engineer, but I can comfortably set up the irrigation system for any type of crop/field. I wasn't taught this at school, I was exposed to such advanced technology at Aroms Farms.


2. Even as trainees, we were never subjected to labour as he stated. We had farm hands under us. Two Farmhands per trainees to be exact. We only had to do manual labour out of our own volition. In situations like when working on our own pet projects or when trying to show said Farmhands how to properly carry our some cultural farm practices. From my recollections, Blessing had to do Manual labour just thrice during the course of his tenure here, and this was mainly due to shortage of hands to carry out operations. We were right alongside him doing said labour, you don't find us screaming bloody murder. I personally have never been made to weed, I've dugged, but that's because I chose to do so. The Farmhands weren't doing what I wanted. So I can't help but wonder where he did such. It definitely wasn't here at Aroms Farms.

3. As agreed and stated in our employment letters, we were expecting 47,000 Naira at the end of the month, which amounts to N1666 per day. Blessing totally forgot to state the fact that he was absent for a entire week, taking a personal leave. I point this out in the spirit of having out all the facts, and not out of any desire to spite him.
3. Aroms Farms is not a failure. If his suggestions weren't implemented then that's because they weren't up to par. I've worked on numerous policies that were deemed worthy, workable and indeed implemented in the company. I totally and completely resent any suggestions and aspersions that misconstrued the work we do here.

In conclusion, Blessing was let go In conjunction with several other Trainees while the rest of us were left untouched. Please kindly ask him why this was. I would like him to give the real reason he was let go and not pin blame on kind fellows whose sole aim was to help us achieve something in life. This attack on Aroms Farms, where we choose to think of ourselves as a family is totally unwarranted, uncalled for, out of misplaced enthusiasm and unfettered access to the Internet. I call on you to disregard this entire epistle of an embittered malcontent and instead advise him to work on himself and build a better work ethic. I believe he he is about to go into farming himself, growing and selling Watermelon on a large scale. Where did he learn how to do such and find the confidence to embark on such a project if not at Aroms Farms? Kindly ask him this.

The Trainee Programme at Aroms Farms has been a life and game changing period for me, and if you're interested, I sincerely urge you to avail yourself of this opportunity. Like the age old adage goes; a stitch in time saves nine.

Kind Regards

Am not here to ague any point with anybody or wage war against Aroms farm.
This is were i found my joy, being in this forum mean a lot to me, this is were i known Aroms farm. and when they call me for interview, I came back here to confirmed.
I just came here to warn my fellow Nigerian, its not easy to spend five years in university for someone to play with your career .if u like go and apply for job their, and if you are their and you are satisfy good luck to you, I have done my own patriotic duty. but before I go i have one message for Mr VolturiLord
Mr VolturiLord i have a prayer for you, after you and everybody that plan this have spend alot to send your children to school from primary level to university level , by the power in the blood of Jesus let them experience everything all the trainee experience at Aroms farm for the period of 3month i spend their, even to your 3rd generation.

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by VolturiLord: 3:30pm On Mar 27, 2016
Beboy23:


Am not here to ague any point with anybody or wage war against Aroms farm.
This is were i found my joy, being in this forum mean a lot to me, this is were i known Aroms farm. and when they call me for interview, I came back here to confirmed.
I just came here to warn my fellow Nigerian, its not easy to spend five years in university for someone to play with your career .if u like go and apply for job their, and if you are their and you are satisfy good luck to you, I have done my own patriotic duty. but before I go i have one message for Mr VolturiLord
Mr VolturiLord i have a prayer for you, after you and everybody that plan this have spend alot to send your children to school from primary level to university level , by the power in the blood of Jesus let them experience everything all the trainee experience at Aroms farm for the period of 3month i spend their, even to your 3rd generation.


Don't be bitter mahn, it could lead you to use a rope, a stool and a ceiling fan in inappropriate ways. Just move on and look to the future. I pray God bless you with an awesome job and open doors for you. Cheers mate.

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by lagbaja(m): 5:16pm On Mar 27, 2016
I will advice you to apologize to your former employer for the disservice you did to him here. You got trained for 2 months free of charge and still got a job offer thereafter. If you were so well trained when you were recruited you should have been making money for the company immediately, but instead you had to undergo free training which you ought to have paid for. I am even sure that your employer was paying you from his pocket and not from your productivity. What goes around comes around. You are soon to be an agropreneur and you will experience how frustrating it can be to have people with your work attitude and mentality of instant gratification. You have given people like us one more reasons why we employ foreigners with better works ethics.

Beboy23:


Am not here to ague any point with anybody or wage war against Aroms farm.
This is were i found my joy, being in this forum mean a lot to me, this is were i known Aroms farm. and when they call me for interview, I came back here to confirmed.
I just came here to warn my fellow Nigerian, its not easy to spend five years in university for someone to play with your career .if u like go and apply for job their, and if you are their and you are satisfy good luck to you, I have done my own patriotic duty. but before I go i have one message for Mr VolturiLord
Mr VolturiLord i have a prayer for you, after you and everybody that plan this have spend alot to send your children to school from primary level to university level , by the power in the blood of Jesus let them experience everything all the trainee experience at Aroms farm for the period of 3month i spend their, even to your 3rd generation.

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Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by AromsFarms(m): 7:44pm On Mar 27, 2016
Good day all,

As promised, I will publish the details of Blessing Omotosho’s activities at Aroms Farms. But first, to all the critics, I would say;
1 - Nobody was forced to come to Aroms Farms to apply for a trainee program.
2 - Nobody was forced to write application for a job and nobody was forced to accept the job offer.
3 - In fact, nobody was forced to come to work. Blessing Omotosho did all these without duress.

In the job ad placed online, people were given full conditions of the program, that they will not be paid salary when on training. However, after the first sets of students came in, including Blessing Omotosho, we decided as act of kindness to provide them a stipend of between N12,000N15,000 per month to enable them commute to farm, the aforementioned stipend was broken down to enable them have access to it on weekly basis. Besides, in December 2015, every of the trainees was given additional N5,000.

Where in Nigeria today do you have a FARM that gives free training and gives a ‘WEEKLY’ stipend to you so you could attend the training? Then get a job offer after the training that pays a minimum of N47,000 as a starting monthly payment. I challenge anyone in this forum to show me such place and when it is confirmed, I will send you a CHEQUE of N50,000. No questions asked.

Let’s call a spade a spade! Blessing Omotosho answered our ads and applied for the trainee program willingly when he knew money will not be paid during the training period. He was however provided a stipend but still not grateful. Blessing Omotosho completed the training successfully and was happy to receive his certificate, thus he was proud of it (see 1st image below)

Blessing Omotosho was told what the starting salary was. To get more, he would have to prove himself in the next 6 months because the trainee program is a continue program of education to train people to become Managers in various department in the farm with potential of over N150,000 pay per month and other benefits in the future.

When Blessing Omotosho came to Aroms Farms he could not answer the following questions:
1. What is the name of the 16 main nutrients a plant needs to survive and produce good yield?
2. If you have a hectare farmland which needs 200kg of Nitrogen fertilizer and you have only NPK 15:15:15 fertilizer of 50kg per bag, how many bags of NPK would you apply? (the answer is not four.)
3. How many litres of water does a single watermelon plant need to produce three sellable balls of watermelon of at least 5kg?
4. What happens when plants like tomatoes are watered from the top of the plant getting the leaves wet constantly?
5. What is the effect of Magnesium sulphate or Boron or Phosphorous deficiencies on watermelon?
6. Will seeds germinate in the dark or you need light? Yes, seeds don’t need light to germinate, rather they need moisture and heat. Light comes into play after germination.

I doubt if Blessing can still answer these questions today because he was not paying attention during his training. If you cannot answer these types of questions, you cannot succeed in Agriculture in Nigeria or anywhere else in the world. Agriculture is a science and needs a scientific approach.

This is why I left my comfortable place in Europe and America to come and suffer in Nigeria to teach people like Blessing Omotosho Agriculture in respective of previous educational background.

Blessing Omotosho was provided details of his employment and was told to apply if he accepts the terms. Blessing Omotosho happily applied for the job. See application letter signed by him (see 2nd and 3rd image below).

The company approved the application and offered him a job. Starting salary N480,000 per year plus N90,000 allowance as minimum starting salary. To avoid situation like this, he was asked to countersign the job offer, which he did happily.
Blessing Omotosho officially started work on the 1st of February, 2016 and immediately started making trouble with his colleagues and his subordinates. This prompted me to issue a written warning on WhatsApp to all, warning them if nothing changed in their behaviour, they will be removed from the company.

Below is a written Warning to all (see 4th image below).
There are many other written warnings. We are not even talking about several peace meetings held on the same issue.

Below is everyone apologizing, including Blessing Omotosho. He however, lied that he was never warned (see 5th image below)
Some names have been covered to protect the innocent ones

The internal fight and act of laziness went on.
If anyone wants to spend over 100 Million naira to setup a farm and allow people to be sleeping at work, fighting and not cooperating, let him hire Blessing Omotosho because I learnt he is available at the moment.

In February Blessing took the entire first week off. Tell me where is the boss that would allow you take you first week off work free when you should be working yourself into the new job. The condition was he would not be paid for the week he was off because he didn’t work - a condition which he accepted before his free days was approved. At the end of the month, that week pay was deducted from his salary of N47,500. The final amount of N37,604 was paid to him via the Zenith bank (see 6th image below)

From the bank statement. Names of the innocent has been protected. You can see 5 other colleagues of Blessing Omotosho with salary of N47,500. These people worked the entire month. Blessing wants to be paid the same during the same period without doing the work.

First, I thought I would take legal action against him, however, I realised putting the truth online like this is the biggest satisfaction I could get from this debacle.

As long as Nairaland is active, this information will be online, so all future potential employers will be able to see who Blessing Omotosho really is. This was the reason I warned him in my first post to back off just for his own interest.

Find below his:
- Appointment letter (see 7th and 8th image below)
- Employment letter (see 9th image below)
- Acceptance of employment (see 10th image below)

If you want to go on with this type of publication and really want to destroy your carrier future, then go ahead. Be kind to yourself and please back down. Move on with your life, you made a mistake, accept it and learn from it. I am not going to say it again. Maybe one day you can come and apologize and pay for a bottle of wine.
Have a nice day.

Chairman/CEO
Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd

Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by AromsFarms(m): 7:49pm On Mar 27, 2016
Blessing Omotosho

Re: Aroms Farms Nig. Ltd. Offers Prospective Job Opportunity to Agric Graduates by AromsFarms(m): 7:52pm On Mar 27, 2016
Blessing Omotosho

Find below his:
- Appointment letter (see 7th and 8th image below)
- Employment letter (see 9th image below)
- Acceptance of employment (see 10th image below)

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