Dangote flour reopens plant in Kano

Dangote flour reopens plant in Kano

Dangote Flour Mills has reopened its plant in Kano, saving the jobs of 3,000 workers who depend on the firm for their sustenance.

The plant was shut down by Tiger Branded Consumer Goods of South Africa following its acquisition of the flour mill.

As part of its restructuring process for greater market share, the reopening ceremony and commissioning of new machinery at the plant location in Kano also witnessed the rewarding of distributors at various categories.

Speaking at the commissioning of the plant in Kano at the weekend, president/chief executive, Dangote Group Ltd, Aliko Dangote, assured stakeholders that the mill is back for production and will not be shut down again.

“I would like to assure you that we are back for good and we will never close this mill again. It has always been my desire to increase our investments in Kano. We are also looking forward to venturing into farming in the state where we can create a lot of jobs, and I think this flour mill will help us achieve this feat in Kano. Read more 

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