Flood threatens Nigeria Sugar Grasp Plan, wrecks havoc on N60 billion funding mission

The Nigeria Sugar Grasp Plan has suffered one other main setback as flood wrecked havoc on the sugar mission property in Niger State.

A press release launched by the Deputy Director Public Affairs, Nationwide Sugar Improvement Council, (NSDC), Ahmed Waziri indicated that flood, occasioned by the sudden launched of water from the Kainji Hydro Energy Dam in Niger State, wrecked huge havoc on the N60 billion sugar funding mission.

The mission belongs to at least one the three main corporations at the moment implementing the backward integration program part of the Nigeria Sugar Grasp Plan.

The assertion added that the flood, which swept by means of the sugar property, destroyed flood safety dykes, manufacturing facility gear, submerged cane fields, pulled down workplace and residential buildings and halted actions on the property commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2018.

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Reacting to the unhappy growth, the Government Secretary, Nationwide Sugar Improvement Council, Latif Busari, who described the scenario as worrisome, famous that “it is a big setback for the sugar sector and Nigeria’s hope of realising the a million tonnes of sugar manufacturing projection, not too long ago agreed upon with main sugar producers.”

Busari stated the large flood which affected the farm, was not a pure flood, including that the operators of the Jebba and Kainji dams apparently opened up their spill gates to allow the water go down the river in a bid to not submerge the dams which can be getting used to generate energy within the nation.

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The Government Secretary stated, past sympathizing with the administration of the sugar property, over their loss in Sunti, the council is already in contact with related authorities and figuring out modalities to cushion the impact of the large loss recorded by the corporate.

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