By Bapai Takai, Confidence News Nigeria

MOK Foundation has initiated its new 50 hectares agricultural project, commencing cultivation on 50 hectares of land. This endeavor aims to promote sustainable farming practices and contribute to local food security.

In a video sent to this medium by member of the MOK Foundation, the foundation has cleared the land and the planting process has begun, with plans to cultivate a diverse range of crops. This project is expected to have a positive impact on the community, providing fresh produce to local residents and supporting the regional economy all for free.

You will recall that this medium had earlier reported the purchase of the land by the Foundation for the benefit of the masses, the project has been adjudged as the largest farm project embarked on by an individual for the masses in Kwara State.

The foundation’s commitment to sustainable agriculture aligns with the goals of environmental stewardship and community development. This project serves as a model for responsible land use and highlights the importance of preserving natural resources for future generations.

Bapai Takai is a journalist with 5 years of experience in environmental and climate reporting, he works as a reporter with Confidence News Nigeria