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Gov. Mutfwang seeks experts’ support to boost meat production in Plateau

By George George ldowu

Plateau State Governor Caleb Mutfwang has urged industry experts to collaborate in enhancing the meat business in the state.
The governor made this plea at weekend following his visit to Abis Farms Ltd, an abattoir facility in Abuja, Idu Industrial layout.

While on the inspection, Governor Mutfwang expressed his intention to replicate Abis Farms’ structure and business model to elevate the meat packing industry in his state.

The governor emphasized his administration’s dedication to improving all sectors of the economy, particularly agriculture, with a target to reshape the state’s meat industry by the end of 2024.

Mutfwang remarked, “Witnessing the operational excellence of a standard meat packing industry inspires us to revamp our abattoirs, notably in Jos and other locations. Discussions with investors are underway to rebuild the Jos abattoir, and we aim to make significant progress by year’s end.”

The Managing Director of Abis Farms, Emmanuel Usman, highlighted the success of similar partnerships with states like Lagos and outlined the potential for job creation with the replication of their facility in Plateau State.

Executive Director of the Alternative Bank, Garba Mohammed, also pledged support for the project, emphasizing its positive impact on the environment and job creation.

 

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