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Sterling Bank Reaffirms Commitment to Agric Export Financing

By Ojugbele Omotunde

Sterling Bank Limited has restated its commitment to supporting both large and small enterprises within the livestock feed and fodder sector to achieve scalable exports.

Mr. Olushola Obikanye, the bank’s Group Head of Agric Finance & Solid Minerals, made this declaration recently, during a pan-African webinar on export investment.

The event, organized by the African Union Inter African Bureau for Animal Resources, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, and Sterling Bank, had key participants from Nigeria, India, and Kenya.

Highlighting Nigeria’s imperative to secure access to well-structured domestic and international markets, Obikanye affirmed Sterling Bank’s readiness to facilitate this through providing necessary financing.

Moreover, he emphasized the crucial role of value-added fodder technology, robust partnerships, and efficient land usage in ensuring sustainable feed and fodder production, thereby contributing to the livestock sector’s success.


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