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The Osun Government is to create 25,000 new direct and indirect jobs through the dairy project development activities of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Mudasiru Toogun, former Osun Commissioner for Special Duties, has said.
In a statement issued by Segilola Babalola, the information Officer in the Ministry of Agriculture, Toogun was quoted as saying on Thursday during the project’s stakeholders meeting in Osogbo that Osun was a beneficiary of the Federal Governmen project.
The statement said 2-Scale and Friesland Campina Wamco in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture had selected Osun as one of the beneficiaries of the dairy project.
It said the project would create new jobs and also engage farmers in the dairy farm value chain, thereby boosting the economy of the state.
The statement quoted Dr Oluwabukola Aluko, the Coordinating Director of Osun Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, as saying that the dairy potential of Osun had been recognised and the state was ready to collaborate with the milk company.

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