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Oh Sugar, reforms are working

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By Kenny Adetunji

Plans implemented in 2013 has brought sugar refining to full capacity.

The road to sugar success has been a bumpy ride since implementing the Nigerian Sugar Master Plan in 2013. Buhari, when taking office had kept this plan in place due to its well thought out strategic goals. Amendments and changes in direction naturally take place while trying to implement a plan of this type.

Since Mr. Zacch Adedeji assumed office in 2021, The Executive Secretary (NSDC) has included his own efforts and innovative idea’s that continue to push this project forward. There are many factors being addressed to ensure the success of the sugar cane industry in Nigeria. Some include political red tape, community land ownership disputes, access to equipment and financing.

Train more workers in order to increase the efficiency.

The sugar cane sector in Nigeria is one that has a great deal of potential, but it has not been fully realized yet. This is due in part to a lack of Investment in the sector. Investment is needed in order to increase the maximum potential that the sector has to offer. There are many ways that Investment could benefit the sector.

For example, it could help to improve the Infrastructure necessary for the production and distribution of sugar cane. It could also help to train more workers in order to increase the efficiency of the sector. Finally, it could help to fund research and development in order to find new and better ways to produce sugar cane. All of these things would be necessary in order to make the sugar cane sector in Nigeria into a major contributor.

Sugar cane is a very important crop, it’s used for a variety of products.

The steps taken by the Nigerian government are making a significant impact and it appears that this has changed the future of Nigeria’s sugar cane industry. These steps have been successful, and the sugar cane industry is now growing rapidly. This will have a significant positive impact on the Nigerian Economy, and it is clear that the future of the sugar cane industry is bright.

Sugar cane is a tropical plant that is grown in warm climates. The plant produces a tall stalk that is filled with sweet juice. The juice is extracted and then processed to make sugar. Sugar cane is a very important crop and it is used to make a variety of products, including sugar, ethanol, and paper.

The sugar is used to sweeten food and beverages.

The sugar cane is harvested and then transported to a sugar mill. The sugar cane is crushed and the juice is extracted. The juice is boiled to remove the water and then the sugar is crystallized. The sugar is then packaged and shipped to stores. The sugar is a carbohydrate and it is composed of glucose and fructose. The sugar is used to sweeten food and beverages. The sugar is also used in baking.

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