Creates opportunity for potential investors
By Gabriel Ewepu – Abuja
As part of its post-COVID-19 agro investment initiative, Santuscom Agro Hub, an agribusiness company, Sunday, disclosed of launching Ogoja Rice Investment Exhibition in Calabar and, Ogoja on July 9 and 13 respectively.
This was made known by the Chief Executive Officer, Santuscom Agro Hub, Ofana Paul, in a statement signed by the Media Consultant to the firm, Ebriku John Friday.
Paul explained that the company decided to make launch Ogoja Rice Investment Exhibition in order to create more awareness of the investment opportunities his company is presenting for more people to key into and also become agripreneurs.
While assuring on investors’ Return On Investment (ROI), he stressed that the present situation in the economy warrants that food security is given priority and availability for people to have access to because of the looming hunger that is ahead, but with serious and massive investments in the agro sector, the impact of hunger would be minimal.
He said: “Santuscom Agro Hub will be having the ‘Ogoja Rice Investment Exhibition’ in July 2020. The investment exhibition of Ogoja Rice brand is to create greater awareness for more people to be part of the opportunity we are offering them, and for them to enjoy profits from their investment.
“This is our post-COVID-19 agro investment initiative to guarantee sustainable food security in the country.
“The Ogoja Rice Investment Exhibition will hold in Calabar and Ogoja on July 9 and 13 respectively.”
According to him the time to turnaround the agricultural space is now following opportunities the sector holds for millions of potential investors including existing agribusiness corporate organizations as his, and also to create wealth for potential investors with mouth-watering investment plans and return on investment at the end.
He also disclosed that OGOJA RICE being a popular rice brand in the Nigerian market presently controls about 70 per cent of market share in Cross River State, and the entire South-South geo-political zone with daily increase in demand and expansion plans across the country and West African sub-region.
He also added that the rice is in the long-grain class, highly vitamized and 100 per cent stone free, and it is cultivated on 1,000 hectares of rice field in Ogoja, Cross River State, with a processing capacity of 30 tonnes per day at the Ogoja Rice Mill, Santuscom Agro Park, Ogoja.
“We hereby invite you to be a part-owner of OGOJA RICE by investing in our product for an attractive return on your investments. The security of your investment is safe and guaranteed. We are strong, reliable, and well known in the market. With a strategic plan to dominate the market with a sustained increase in production capacity.
“Our plan of investment is simple and flexible and also based on integrity, accountability, and transparency because our business principle is a ‘win-win’ situation. We have also attached the breakdown of the investment opportunity here for those who are interested; Diamond: N20 million; Platinum: N10 million; Gold: N5 million; and Silver: N1 million; Bronze: N N500,000; Starter: N100,000 which is with 40 per cent return in investment after six months.
“Interested investors should log on to www.kleenfarmer.com to fill the form online or visit our Ogoja or Abuja offices to obtain their forms and make further inquiries”, he stated.
Speaking further on the essence of the investment exhibition of Ogoja rice brand, he said, “We want to also have interaction with potential investors with our team that day of the Ogoja Rice Investment Exhibition according to safety rules amid the coronavirus pandemic in Calabar and Ogoja.
“We will partner with insurance firms to safeguard all investments from commencement to finish.”