A Nigerian firm, Rabelat Limited, in partnership with Instituto Daniel Franco, Brazil has set up a centre for animal husbandry in Kwara State as part of measures to resolve herdsmen and farmers clashes in parts of the country.
The centre, which is expected to have abattoir, international cattle market and entrepreneurial training institution, will create 50,000 jobs for youth and others in the country.
The Chief Executive Officer of Rabelat Nigeria Limited, Dr Ahmed Raji, who disclosed this after a meeting with the delegation from Instituto Daniel Franco at a media briefing in Ilorin, said the foundation for the project had already been laid on 40-hectares of land in Bode-Saadu, Moro Local Government area of Kwara State…
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