FG signs MoU with 3 companies to commercialize indigenous food products


The Federal Government on Tuesday in Abuja signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with three companies to commercialize indigenous food products. Nike Air Max 2016 Dames Grijs Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu said the effort was in a bid to enhance the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and close technological gaps in industries. adidas stan smith argent He listed the three companies that involved in the MoU as Tiger foods Limited, Lensof Konsult and Lashone Links Communications Limited. adidas stan smith dziecięce According to him, the MoU is to guide the companies on commercialization indigenous research and development breakthroughs on food seasonings and ready to use traditional soups. Womens Air Jordan 3.5 He said the MoU would also guide publicity and creation of awareness for the promotion and utilization of indigenous research and development breakthroughs. Mens Nike Air Max 2017

““The commitment of the present administration is to strengthen the economy through promotion of innovative technologies that will reduce import dependence, enhance local content and strengthen self-sufficiency,“” he said. new balance 996 bleu ciel The minister assured the three companies of the ministry’s support. Kanken Rugzak Uitverkoop In her remarks, FIIRO Director-General, Prof.Gloria Elemo, said that the institute was committed to ensuring effective commercialization of indigenous research and development, in a bid to bail out the nation of the economy recession. nike air max 2016 dames “In the process of commercialization of indigenous technologies, jobs will be created, wealth will be generated, foreign exchange will be conserved and national GDP will be enhanced through the productive sector of the economy.” She said the institute took advantage of the increasing need for convenient food products to upgrade its R&D and packaged them in forms ready for immediate commercialization.