In the quest to improve the material wellbeing and welfare of the citizens, various governments in Nigeria have over time embarked upon numerous developmental policies, plans, programmes and projects. KTINL as a way of contributing and supporting the government and alleviating poverty in the country is keen on establishing some vital industries in the country especially in the area of agricultural processing plants. By virtue of establishing cassava, palm oil and cocoa plantations, KTINL will establish a tapioca processing plant for the production of starch.
Tapioca can be adapted into various products such as seasoning and it can be used in industrial factories in producing paper composites, cloth and others, it can also be used as 90-degree alcohol, candies, sweet, and glue, noodles and white noodles. We shall also establish an ethanol plant using cassava as a raw material (will definitely be from our numerous plantations and outgrowing arrangement with villages – poor families). KTINL will also establish a palm oil and palm kernel refining plant. For our fruit plantations, we shall establish a processing and packaging center for the fruits for the local and international market (export).
These establishments are very vital, as they will utilize the proceeds from the plantations thereby creating a ready market of the proceeds from the farming of the small-scale farmers. It shall also reduce the unemployment rate in the stat as good number of youths will be employed and taken off the streets and from crime.