Dangote trucks reportedly banned from plying Nigerian roads between 7 pm to 7 am

The Corps Marshal of the FRSC Dr Boboye Oyeyemi and management team of Dangote Group today agreed that any Dangote truck found on the road between 7 pm and 7 am should be impounded henceforth.

Dangote trucks reportedly banned from plying Nigerian roads between 7 pm-7 am


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In other news, the Dangote tomato processing factory shuts down. The factory located in Kano was closed after the farmers committed to supplying the factory with raw materials that abandoned the cultivation of tomatoes at the beginning of the rainy season in May.

The factory, which was the largest in Nigeria, has the capacity to process 1,200 tons of tomatoes per day.

Dangote launched the company in March 2016, to reduce the import of tomato concentrate, estimated at 400,000 tons per year.

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  1. WHY THE ABANDONMENT?

    LACK OF PAYMENT OR INCENTIVE?

    THE SMALL BOYS TAKEN ON THE BIG BOYS?

    THE SERVANTS WANTING TO BE THE MASTERS?

    HELLO FARMERS:

    WHATEVER BE THE REASON,PLEASE,GET BACK TO THE FIELDS AND LET THE TOMATOES ROLL IN ONCE AGAIN.YOUR GOOD JOB IS DEEPLY APPRECIATED

    GOD BLESS.

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