Cade Creek Launches $25M Farm In Osun State

Cade Creek Lauches $25M Farm In Osun State
The partnership was announced during the presentation of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) by all the parties at the Oba Almaro of Magbagbeola's palace.
During occasion, the CEO of Case Creek International, Patrick Alley announced that the the project would create over 6,000 jobs to Nigerians.

He further told newsmen that he was directed spiritually to come to Africa and he is here to improve the standard of living by providing jobs.
He also added that different crops would be planted in the proposed farm and the corn that would be used for a cornflakes company that would soon be opened would be sourced from there.

The YOTSI president, Comrade Kennedy Nyere while commenting on the partnership between YOTSI and Case Creek International said that this new project would be achieving their purposes. He stressed that empowerment of the unemployed remains main motive behind the establishment of the farm.
Comrade Kennedy Nyere further added, "The farm has taken off since May. A team visited the site of the farm and conducted soil test and our soil experts certified the soil good for farming.
During the visit, Osun State government hosted us. We used that opportunity to explain our mission.

We have got the assurances from government and the community that our investment here is safe.
"The community is friendly, $25m will be invested by an American investor. The community is giving the group the land to farm. Resources will come from US and our group."

In his remarks, the monarch, Oba Magbagbeola commended Alley, whom he described as a good man with vast experience in agriculture, for investing in the town.
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