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13 Mar 2015
“The (fertiliser) plant we are trying to build will cost $250 million, while the power plant will cost about $300 million. It is new day in Ologbo, we are going to build this new plant without looking for money because we have the money to build the plants. “The only thing we are asking the community is to cooperate with us, work with us, so that we can employ over 600 people in this community. The first time I came to Edo, I came to Ologbo and I have never had any problem with this community, so I am very grateful to you for that.”

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