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Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Lanrelagboi: 10:12am On May 19, 2020
Progress report at the Lagos State Imota Rice Mill that will produce 2.4 million bags of 50kg rice yearly. Farmers in Epe will supply the factory, along with rice paddy from Kebbi. Production is expected to begin before the year ends. Sanwo-Olu ��.

https://twitter.com/OvieAli/status/1262393707636166658?s=19
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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Nobody: 10:16am On May 19, 2020
Nice one and also commendable

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by SocialJustice: 10:25am On May 19, 2020
Nice. More food items should be banned and produced locally especially wheat.

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Sammy07: 10:26am On May 19, 2020
God bless SW grin


SW are just naturally blessed.
God bless my ancestors that gave birth to me in SW. cool

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Nobody: 10:28am On May 19, 2020
SocialJustice:
Nice. More food items should be banned and produced locally especially wheat.
Can we grow wheat in Nigeria?

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by jericco1(m): 10:30am On May 19, 2020
Despite all these, the price of rice keeps on increasing at a geometric progression undecided

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by AmazingELixir: 10:30am On May 19, 2020
:- cool


Eko for show
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by sanemind2(m): 10:31am On May 19, 2020
Nice to know
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by LuciferInSiege: 10:31am On May 19, 2020
2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly.


Political statement.

Reminds me of Ogun State fake Rice-Pyramids

Rice pyramids with 95% bags of sand

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by TheGreatFinesse: 10:31am On May 19, 2020
Ok
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by iCauseTrouble: 10:31am On May 19, 2020
Audio production grin

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by aydought: 10:31am On May 19, 2020
Good development, it will create employment opportunities and take some people out of job market. Imagine the families that will benefit from those to be employed to work at the factory. Anyway, if our government can quickly solve the electricity problem, then Nigeria will finally be on the right track.

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by kalvoken(m): 10:31am On May 19, 2020
SocialJustice:
Nice. More food items should be banned and produced locally especially wheat.


If you sell a hygienic pap/akamu/ogi, you do not need your landlord to ban other tenants from buying it or custards outside before they will patronize you.

But when they keep seeing different species of rodents inside your pap, they would rather jump the fence than buy from you again.

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by almayda: 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Mumu,he said more not all,know the difference.
Can we grow wheat in Nigeria?[/quote]
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Emmagggg: 10:32am On May 19, 2020
This is great...

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Racoon(m): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Nice development.This is worth celebrating.They are the kind of SMEs government should support to ensure food security and not embezzling billion over non-viable projects.

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Consultville(m): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Nice one
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Nobody: 10:32am On May 19, 2020
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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Onyekachi419(f): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
I hope, herdsmen will not disturb the farmers shocked
Nice 1

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by shiki(m): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
cheesy Good
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Aderewah: 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Lol. A single factory like this is bigger than hundred thousand fake product manufacturing shops.

Ibadan has brown roofs because it's houses at least 50 year olds. Children of owners won't sell because of legacy. Some people will compare with their cities with houses built five years ago.

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by DenreleDave(m): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
I hope yeebos wunt claim imota was developed by them

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by jumich1(m): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Awesome! One of the many positives from Ambode's tenure, had it been that the man (Ambode) was allowed another 4 years in the saddle, Lagos State would have witnessed great leap of both economic and infrastructural developments,
May Sanwolu succeed sha

Nigeria shall be great

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by TheGreatFinesse: 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Sammy07:
God bless SW grin



Only one rice Mill in the whole useless region cheesy

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by adioolayi(m): 10:32am On May 19, 2020
Lagos..Eko for show

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by temptnow: 10:32am On May 19, 2020
We've not forgotten Lake rice Lagos pyramid that was built with carpenter construction wood skeleton

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by holyidol(m): 10:33am On May 19, 2020
Ok, I need to built a company like this, please who can give me cost of building this kind of company?
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by nehis234(m): 10:33am On May 19, 2020
I have been thinking to use the 4M I was planning to use to Jakpa from the zoo, to open a bakery.

Guys do you think it is a wise idea??

I like bread, can bake one, and don't mind calling a bakery my office.

PS: I have a B.Eng in Mech Engineering

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Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Funlag: 10:33am On May 19, 2020
Nice move..at least some graduates will be employed...
Re: Imota Rice Mill, Lagos Capable Of Producing 2.4 Million 50kg Bags Yearly by Angelfrost(m): 10:33am On May 19, 2020
Great news... We need more of such industries across the nation producing things we waste funds importing yearly.

Industrialization remains the way forward, and a key part of economic diversification.

This also includes the pharmaceutical industry or sector... Most of the medications we import from India, and other nations can be easily produced here.

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