About 250 cows arrived at the Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos from New Jersey, USA. The cattle were imported by the Ekiti State Government in collaboration with a private organization for Ikun diary Farm. The state government and private organization have as at now invested about $5million in the dairy farm.
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The Cattles were brought in boxes in to Nigeria, one crates got damaged and the ground staff did not ensure that the cattle were secure after offloading. The drama started when the cow started chasing the airport staff and others on the tarmac of the airport. This therefore call for the intervention of some strong men to capture the cattle.
As productivity and income increase, Ikun Farm will create hundreds of jobs directly and indirectly and will also boost the economy of Ikun-Ekiti, the host community, the surrounding communities and the whole Ekiti State.
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