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FG Promotes non-oil sector, signs agreement for Tin-Smelting plant

FG Promotes non-oil sector, signs agreement for Tin-Smelting plant
Written by Maritime First

Chief Tony Okonkwo, General Manager, Topwide Ventures Limited receiving the letter of lease of 10 hectares of land for Tin-smelting Plant in Heipang, Jos from Mr. Akintunde Makinde, Director, Inland Transport Services, Nigerian Shippers’ Council.

In furtherance of the Federal Government’s promotion of the non-oil sector, the Nigerian Shippers Council at the weekend, officially handed over 10 hectares of land in Jos, to Messrs Topwide Ventures Limited for the establishment of a Tin-Smelting plant, as part of the Council’s trade role.

The Land which is situated behind Heipang Jos Inland Container Depot, Jos, in Plateau State, is meant to add value to the Heipaing-Jos Inland Container Depot by generating revenue for government, as well as promote employment within the vicinity of the project as well as provide ready export cargo, for the Depot on a sustainable basis.

The handing over ceremony took place at the NSC corporate Head Quarter in Lagos.

Chief Tony Okonkwo, General Manager, Topwide Ventures Limited in handshake with Mr. Akintunde Makinde, Director, Inland Transport Services, Nigerian Shippers’ Council after receiving the letter of lease of 10 hectares of land for Tin-smelting Plant in Heipang, Jos

Group photograph of the Management of Nigerian Shippers’ Council and Topwide Ventures Limited.

Consequently, the handing over ceremony was performed in Lagos by the Director, Inland Transport services, Mr. A.N Makinde on behalf of the Executive SSecretary/CEO, Mr. Hassan Bello.

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