The Dangote Group Of Company has today review a signing of Memorandum of understanding with Taraba state government for production of Sugar in Lau local government area of Taraba state.

While signing the review of the MOU at government house Jalingo the Taraba state capital, governor Darius Ishaku said the other processes of the agreement was completed over thirteen years ago during the administration of Rev. Jolly Nyame's.

Ishaku stated that Taraba state government has taken its time to review the MOU because of the huddles that bedeviled the Lau Sugar Company since thirteen years ago.

"I wanted my people to get hold of something from the company, now that we have reach agreement, we are going to put our desk officer from there who will be giving us update on daily development on the success of the project between our people and the company"

The governor call on the traditional rulers from the area to advice their subjects to keep calm and report any land dispute to the state government for peaceful resolution.

He vow to compensate the land owners who were yet to be settled by the government, Governor Ishaku said those who collected monies to compensate land owners without payment given to the genuine land owners should get ready to return such monies to the state government for proper disbursement to the land owners.

"What our people wanted was Dangote Company to come with a human face, we are peace loving people and cooperative in terms of development, we have completed all arrangements and our people are ready to receive and work with you"

Earlier in his speech, the project manager Dangonte Group Of Company who represented Aliko Dangonte at the event confirmed that all areas that were having hitches in the documents have been cleared by Governor Ishaku.

He said Dangonte Group of Company has placed priority in Agriculture, he said Lau Sugar Company is going to receive over three million Dollars at the first face of it take off.


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