Thursday, 23 August 2018


The Ondo State Government has invested heavily in cocoa production with the acquisition of 2,000 hectares of land to establish a cocoa plantation at Ijugbere in Owo Local Government Area of the state in a bid to boost the cash crop subsector of the agriculture value chain in the state.

Tectono Business Review gathered that improved cocoa seedlings were planted on the 35 hectares of the land and the land has a seedling production centre with over 450,000 seedlings which will be planted on the plantation while some of them would be distributed to new generation of young cocoa farmers across the state.

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While speaking on the project, the Governor of Ondo State, Chief Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN), who led some members or his cabinet on a tour of the project site, said his administration aimed at leveraging the agricultural potential of the state to provide jobs for the youths.

The renowned Senior Advocate of Nigerian made it clear that the cocoa revolution project of the present administration would be worth investing in, adding that its improved seedlings had 18 months period for fruits development.

Chief Akeredolu restated that the agricultural policies of his administration was aimed at creating jobs for the unemployed and providing food for the state and beyond, adding that the state would soon take its rightful position in the production of cocoa.

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