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Rajavelu Rajasekar

6 Jun 2019
There are possibilities of glut and scarcity in Nigeria. Every two or three years, Nigeria experiences gluts because when the price goes up, all the farmers jump into its production.
13 May 2019
Despite the abundance of cassava roots as essential raw materials for production of ethanol and the government’s import substitution policies, Nigeria produces about six percent of the national need and imports between 300 million...
22 Aug 2017
Rajasekar who spoke to journalists at the premises of his cassava based ethanol producing factory, insisted that to reverse the negative situation, the various governments must encourage investors to engage in mass cassava production.

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