CBN, Dantata Foods to create 20,000 job opportunities

(R-L) Cross River state Prof. Ben Ayade , the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Dantata Foods and Allied Products Company Limited Alh. Tajuddeen Aminu Dantata and another guest.

The Central Bank of Nigeria,  Dantata Foods and Allied Products Company Limited in partnership with the Cross River State have rolled out plan and commitment to create twenty thousand jobs through the agro-processing industry.

Cross River state Prof.  Ben Ayade made this known in a media briefing shortly after a partnership meeting with the Central Bank Governor and the leadership of Dantata Conglomerate.

Solacebase reports that the partnership has the USAID Feed the Future Agribusiness Activity, Zenith Bank PLC, the Central Bank  of Nigeria and Dantata Foods.’’

This was contained in a statement issued by General Manager Corporate Services Dantata Conglomerate Sanusi Bature Dawakin Tofa and sent to Solacebase on Thursday.

This development is one of the exciting moments in his administration as twenty thousand youths would be engaged across ten-value chains which include aquaculture, poultry, livestock, rice, maize, soybean, groundnut and cotton,’’ Prof.  Ben Ayade said in the statement.

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‘’The Central Bank Governor Mr Godwin Emefele, represented by Chief Anthony Ifechiku, special adviser to the CBN Governor said the bank has set aside money for job creation in the Agribusiness industry and Cross River state is now eminently qualified to access the available funds.’’

The statement said while responding, Alh. Tajuddeen Aminu Dantata, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Dantata Foods and Allied Products Company Limited stated that the company has designed a special agric intervention project to harness the huge potentials of the state to create direct and indirect jobs.

‘’Alh. Tajuddeen Dantata said the company would soon establish a multi production agro-processing factory which will provide immediate  employment to the teeming youths, in Cross River.’’


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