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3 Oct
The management of Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc, Ondo State, says it is set to commence its re-capitalisation process, following approval by stakeholders at the firm’s 31st Annual General Meeting in Lagos.
5 Sep
The Ondo State House of Assembly has lauded the expansion project of the Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc, as the company is set to plant new high-yielding palm trees on its virgin 6,000 hectares of land.
27 Jun
The Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc has commenced the turnaround maintenance of its 4.5 tonnes per hour oil milling facility at Ipoke, targeted at producing crude palm oil and other by-products
9 May
The Managing Director of Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc, Taiwo Adewole has urged the Ondo State Government to establish a 100,000 hectares Oil Palm city in each of the state’s three senatorial districts, to provide massive employment and boost the state’s economy and revenue base.
14 Mar
The Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc has embarked on measures aimed at consolidating the company to respond effectively to emerging challenges and reclaim its past leading glory in the industry.
17 Oct 2020
The 19th – 30th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOP) Plc earlier scheduled for Tuesday October 13, has been postponed indefinitely following a suit instituted at the Federal High Court...
19 Jan 2020
Mr. Taiwo Adewole, Managing Director Okitipupa Oil Palm Company (OOPC) Plc. is worried that the promise by successive governments to return agriculture as a major revenue earner is yet to materialise
16 Jun 2019
It is about one year that a new management team was dispatched to revive the ailing Okitipupa Oil Palm (OOPC) Plc., Ondo State. The new Chief Executive Officer, Taiwo Adewole spoke with GBENGA AKINFENWA on the recovery efforts so far. How have you fared in the last one-year you came on board? IT has been…
28 Jan 2019
Okitipupa Oil Palm Company Plc (OOPC) has said it is ready to re-absorb some of its sacked workers after a protracted strike lasting over three months. The Guardian learnt that the industrial strike had adversely affected the ongoing repositioning efforts of the firm which was revived last year under a new management.   The workers,…
11 Nov 2018
Peace and stable labour activities have finally returned to the embattled Okitipupa Oil Palm Company (OOPC), Okitipupa, Ondo State, crippled for months...
26 Jun 2017
Reprieve has come the way of the Okitipupa Oil Palm Plc (OOPC) in Ondo State, as Governor Rotimi Akeredolu’s administration has relinquished the over five years hold on the firm by his immediate predecessor.

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