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First January agro investment, a conglomerate of IAS Homes and Properties has extended partnership to the Ogun state Leagues of Imams and Alfas.
The partnership will make First January provide affordable lands for Muslim Clerics across the state in order to engage in farming.
PLATFORM TIMES reports that the founder of First January agro investment, Ayobami Adelani met with the Chief Imam of Egbaland, Sheikh Saudulaih Bamigbola at his residence in Sodeke to discuss how clerics can also engage in passive farming and make profit.
Adelani, fondly called Obapedepede said the company is concern about selling affordable and accessible lands for the clerics for the purpose of farming.
He added that the partnership is a way to ensure the clerics also engage in other business especially Agriculture.
His words, “First January Agro Investment is not just about selling land for the people, but also to ensure they plant on it.
“We are looking for how to partner with the League or Imams and Alfas to ensure they also venture into Agriculture.
“We promised to sell affordable land to them and also help them where necessary.”
In his remarks, the Chief Imam commended the company for bringing such opportunities to the Muslim community.
He expressed readiness to partner with the company in bringing agricultural opportunities for Muslim clerics.