Nigeria’s Edo state goes back to the future with palm oil production

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By Omar Ben Yedder. Published on August 19, 2022

Once a major palm oil producer, Nigeria has in recent decades been eclipsed by Indonesia and Malaysia. But a sustainable project in Edo state is helping to get the industry back on its feet.