1 The National Agency for Scientific and Technical Infrastructure (NASENI) signed a memorandum of understanding with PT Saputra Global Harvest Indonesiatechnology transfer on Saputra products, including its innovative charcoal fertilizer.

2 Executive Vice President and General Manager of NASENIteacher. Mohammad Harounamade the revelation in a statement released by his social media special assistant, Mr. Pierre EwuTuesday in Abuja.

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3 Ewu explained that the MoU was the first of several MoUs to be signed during the working visit of the Nigerian delegation in Indonesia.

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4 He added, “The signing of the MoU, which was a step in the right direction to rejuvenate Nigeria’s agricultural sector, took place at Villa Sawah Resort and Farm, Bogor, Indonesia.

5 “The Federal government of Nigeria had cemented its bilateral relationship with the Republic of Indonesia through the historic signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).


seven Haruna was quoted as thanking Saputra Global Harvest for a good working relationship and he praised the President’s transformative leadership. Muhammadu Buhariadministration for championing the realization of the long-awaited bilateral relationship between Nigeria and Indonesia.

8 He further stated that NASENI would remain a willing partner in the production of coal-based fertilizers as well as export to other African countries.

9 The boss of NASENI expressed his gratitude to the Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria for their active participation, promotion and support.

ten Haruna assured NASENI’s full commitment to the full execution of the MoU.

11 For his part, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Saputra Global, Mr. Davy Makimianthanked NASENI for his zeal and passion throughout the process.

12 He said the charcoal fertilizer, which was the first of its kind, would have a huge impact on agriculture, livestock and farming in Nigeria.

13 He added that the memorandum of understanding would allow NASENI to champion the construction of the first coal-fired fertilizer plant on the African continent.

14 Also, Mr. Usman Saputracommissioner of Saputra Global Harvest and inventor of Saputra Charcoal Fertilizers, highlighted the benefits of charcoal fertilizers for the agricultural sector and the planet.

15 He said the technology was transparent, supporting food security and sustainability programs around the world with the ultimate goal of reviving the land after it disappeared by replenishing soil nutrients.

16 Similarly, the chairman of the Senate Science, Technology and Innovation Committee, Sen. Uche Ekwunifecongratulated the helmsman of NASENI for his commitment and hard work in achieving the partnership.

17 She pledged the committee’s continued support to NASENI in all its activities, particularly in the domestication of the MoU which she described as one that would drive economic growth and move Nigeria from a consumer economy to one. production economy.

18 The delegation was taken to the farm where they participated in the harvesting of paddy using charcoal fertilizer technology.

19 A Power point presentation and a visit to the Saputra Global Harvest Factory followed.

20 NewsSourceCredit: NOPE

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