Ikun Dairy Farm, a joint venture between Promasidor Nigeria Limited and Ekiti State Government, plans to produce 10,000 litres of milk daily and will take delivery of two additional shipments of dairy cows from the United States over the next couple of weeks.
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In a tweet, the mission shared photos of cows breeding on the farm and added the caption, “U.S. Dairy Milk Cows in Ekiti State!”.
The new CEO succeeds Anders Einarsson, who will assume regional responsibilities within the Promasidor Group.
The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association has commended the Central Bank of Nigeria for exempting six companies from restriction on milk and dairy products importation.
Promasidor Nigeria Limited has signed a partnership agreement with the Ekiti State Government to drive its backward integration initiative aimed at creating local source of raw materials for its dairy products through the state-owned Ikun Dairy Farm.
Promasidor Nigeria Limited has provided succour to more than 60 parents of children with disabilities through its low-interest microcredit scheme, christened: “We Too Can Grow,” in advancement of its corporate social responsibility policy.
About 56,000 students jostled to cross the Stage One hurdle as the qualifying examination of the 2019 Cowbellpedia Secondary School Mathematics TV Quiz Show, sponsored by Cowbell, the flagship brand of Promasidor Nigeria Limited, held across designated centres nationwide on Saturday, February 9, 2019.
Speaking at the media unveiling held in Lagos on, Managing Director of Promasidor Nigeria, Anders Einarsson, said 75 per cent of the product’s inputs are sourced locally, reflecting the company’s robust backward integration programme
In his goodwill message at the fourth edition of the career guidance programme, which was held at Queen’s School, Enugu, the state Commissioner for Education, Prof. Uche Eze, expressed deep appreciation to Promasidor, makers of Cowbell Milk, Loya Milk, Miksi Milk, Top Tea, Onga and other quality products, for adding value to the students, drawn for JS 3 classes of the host and neighbouring schools.
Nigeria Aquatics Federation has disclosed that it would work with Loya Milk, a premium brand of Promasidor Nigeria Limited and sponsor of the yearly Loya Milk Swim Meet, in identifying and nurturing young professionals in swimming.
It was a thrilling contest last weekend as representatives of the South South states of Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Bayelsa grabbed the last four slots in the ongoing 2018 Cowbellpedia Mathematics Television Quiz Show, being sponsored by Cowbell Milk, the leading brand of Promasidor Nigeria Limited.
In reaching that stage, Ngozi Nworu, a student of Bishop Otubelu Juniorate, Enugu, Enugu State, raised the expectation of the SouthEast region to challenge for the ultimate prize with the South West and South South regions, which have multiple representatives in the semifinals.
The secret to better performance in Mathematics lies in developing a special relationship with the subject, which has developed into a phobia for many students.
In an exciting preliminary senior category group E, Ekoko of the Ambassadors College, Ota, Ogun State, and Luke Nyamali from Federal Science and Technical College, Uromi, Edo State, breasted the semi-final tape of the competition.
The scheme, tagged: “We Too Can Grow,” takes off with a grant from Promasidor, manufacturers of Cowbell Milk, Top Tea, Onga seasoning and other quality food products.
This was the submission of Chiedozie Uzochukwu of Nigerian Tulip International College, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory.
The feat was courtesy of the brilliant outing by 16-year-old Shuaibu Abdullahi of Tulip International College (Boys), Damaturu, Yobe State in the first and second rounds of senior preliminary Group C.
This was the submission of Israel Adegboyega, a participant in the ongoing 2018 Cowbellpedia Secondary School Mathematics Television Quiz Show, sponsored by Cowbell Milk, the flagship brand from Promasidor Nigeria Limited.
PNL Finance Director, Per Kristensen, said the facility would be used for additional machinery, factory expansion and value chain development, which would create jobs for Nigerians and increase the company’s capacity to support the country’s economy.
Five months after 41,735 secondary school students sat for the qualifying examination, the second stage of the competition is about to commence.