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By Eme Offiong, Calabar 


The Nigerian Government through the National Board of Technology Incubation, NBTI, has launched a 10-tonne per day Palm Oil Processing factory in Calabar, the capital of Cross River State, Southern Nigeria.

The processing factory established in collaboration with Kasuk community led by the traditional ruler, Ntoe Ededem Ayito, is an initiative of Edimentos Limited, a medium-scale business enterprise in Cross River State.

In a remark, the Manager of the Technology Incubation Centre (TIC) Calabar, Dr Agatha Efa disclosed that the plant has the capacity to produce 3,000 bottles of 1-litre oil palm in 72 hours.

Efa, who noted that Nigeria was the fifth largest global producer of oil palm with 970,000 metric tonnes annually, said that the TIC was set up by the Nigerian Government to develop entrepreneurs and boost the economy.

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