Located in Kaduna State, the 200-hectare farm, scheduled to open in 2022, will have housing for 400 dairy cows, modern milking parlors and technology, grass lands and living facilities for 25 employees.
Grassroots organisations and community leaders from across the region have been organizing, mobilizing, raising their voices, and networking among each other to stop this destructive and violent occupation of their land.
The host communities of Okomu Oil Palm Company Plc in Nigeria held a peaceful protest over the weekend against what they tagged marginalisation and ill-treatment and water pollution by the oil palm company.
El 20 de mayo de 2020, la comunidad Ijaw-Gbene, al sur de Nigeria, se quemó complentamente. Testigos oculares acusan a las fuerzas de seguridad de la empresa Okomu Oil Palm Plantation Plc (OOPC) de tener responsabilidad en el incendio, junto con miembros del ejército.