PMB Is A Man Who Saw Future, Onochie Boasts As She Unveils The Largest Fertilizer Firm In The World
By Smartkingasadu | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1250 views
lauretta Onochie has applauded the president over the completion of Urea fertilizer plaint.
the presidential aid in her statement noted that, the President is a man who sees the future evidence in his numerous policies which according to her we're all divine.
"president Muhammad Buhari is a man who saw tomorrow, some months ago he ordered the closure of our land border. Tongues Wagged. He stood his ground and also invested massively in agriculture and curtailed rice importation. We would have been worse off now, If he did not see today in advance". She boasted .
while announcing the completion of the project she stated that, the Nigeria urea fertilizer plant is the largest in the world and has been tested for operation.
"The $2bn Dangote Fertilizer Plant will cut Nigeria's fertilizer imports of $500 million and generate $400 million annual foreign exchange, in export to Africa countries" she stated.
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