July 2020: Sponsors Update

Hello Sponsors,

Thank you for joining us to build a company that contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Please find below the table of contents so you can easily navigate to the sponsorship updates for the month of July that matters to you most

Not a sponsor? Click here to view available sponsorships


  1. A Tale of Three Spices
  2. Farmcrowdy Foods
  3. Beef Processing
  4. Poultry


  1. Ajah- CMS, CMS- VI


  1. Smart Disinfection Gate


  1. Remodeling For Affordable Housing


A Tale of Three Spices

Batch: 9th March


Ginger and turmeric are from the Zingiberaceae family and are rhizomes. They are known as the dynamic pain fighting duo. 

The ginger and turmeric procured were cultivated through organic farming. (Organic farming is a holistic production management system which promotes and enhances agro-ecosystem health, including biodiversity, biological cycles, and soil biological activity).

The rhizomes were checked for impurities and sorted according to sizes and quality before they were repackaged and sold at the local market.

After sourcing red onions from the farm. The onions were sundried for some days before they were transferred to the milling station. The dried onions were sorted and checked for impurities before being fed into the milling machine to produce Onion powder. The onion powder was then packaged into different product sizes.

Kindly see pictures

Farmcrowdy Foods

Batch: 27th March, 19th May and 27th May


We continued to use your sponsorship to procure food produce from farmers and local markets and make them readily available for convenient purchase and delivery via our Farmcrowdy Foods app. This, for us, goes a long way in reducing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic as it removes the need to physically go to open markets for our customers.

The fresh produce currently being sold on the Farmcrowdy Foods app includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • Tomatoes
  • Pepper (Ata Rodo)
  • Bell pepper
  • Rice
  • Beans
  • Yam
  • Groundnut Oil and Palm Oil
  • Fruits
  • Meat, poultry and seafood

After procurement, the processing team sorts according to customer specifications and then proceeds to package and seal the sorted items using food-grade packaging material for delivery. 

Kindly see picture below:

Beef Processing

Batch: April/May

Title: Processing of Trotters and Hide

One of the major by-products in beef processing is the offal which can be classified into two namely red offal and green offal. We have just concluded the processing of two popular products among the offal.

After slaughtering, the first step is a process known as skinning. This is the removal of the cowhide in order to facilitate evisceration. The handler, using a sharp knife, cut out the hide in a specific way such that beef is not attached to the hide. The removed cowhide was then conveyed to the Value Addition Departement for a thorough cleaning (removal of hair and washing), size reduction and packaging.

There are numerous uses of cow skin, one of which is our popular pomo. Pomo contrary to many opinions has some nutritional properties. Cowhide is also used in the leather industry. The collagen used in making casing for finger sausage is gotten from the protein found in  cowhide

In addition, we also processed the cow trotters popularly known as bokoto. Bokoto, as we call, are rich in protein like any other meat and are used in recipes to make delicacies. The marrow in it has been known to give strength to both men and women.

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Beef Processing

Batch: 17th March

End of Farm Cycle Notification

We are delighted to notify you that your beef processing cycle has successfully come to an end. The beef was processed under Good Agricultural and Hygiene Practices (GAP & GHP) and all related operations were properly executed. Kindly update your information on your profile page so as to facilitate prompt remittance of your return


Batch: 3rd February

End of Farm Cycle Notification

We are delighted to notify you that your poultry farm cycle has successfully come to an end. Your birds were raised under Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and all related operations were properly executed. Kindly update your information on your profile page so as to facilitate prompt remittance of your return.


PROJECT: Ajah- CMS, CMS- VI, 01/08/2020

Topic: Plentywaka In Abuja, Increased Metrics and Upgraded App Features

This update will highlight the following;

  • Plentywaka Metrics/ Traction.
  • Expansion To New State
  • Upgraded App Features
  • Pictures showing Plentywaka Activities
  • Riders Feedback

Plentywaka Metrics/ Traction

Our metrics after 11 months of operations today reads over 145,000+ ride bookings across 7 routes in Lagos, Nigeria, 40,000+ riders have used the service with 41,800+ downloads on our mobile app. 

See graphic representation below:


Plentywaka is gearing up for expansion into Abuja this week. See the complete list of its first 10 routes;

  • Lugbe – Area 1
  • Area 1 – Lugbe
  • Berger – Nyanya
  • Nyanya – Berger
  • Lugbe – Wuse
  • Wuse – Lugbe
  • Lugbe – Secretariat
  • Secretariat – Lugbe
  • Area 1 – Kubwa
  • Kubwa – Area 1.

We are also working on adding more routes within Lagos and Abuja with plans of expanding to other states within Nigeria.

See pictures below:

Plentywaka Getting Set For Launch In Abuja
Wearing Face Mask is still “the new cool”.

Upgraded App Features

Bugs were fixed and the features were upgraded for better user experience.

If you missed out on the latest features of the Plentywaka App V2.0.23, you can read about it here and here.

Riders Feedback

Words such as comfort, safe, secured have been used to describe the Plentywaka experience. Read through what this rider has to say


Smart Disinfection Gate

Two orders for the Smart Disinfection Gate were processed.

The first order, by a major Nigerian bank, is awaiting final approval.

The second order, by an international shipping and transportation firm, has been completed. Installation is expected to be carried out in the next few days

Additionally, newer models of the Smart Disinfection Gate have been manufactured in Dubai and are being air-freighted into Nigeria.

See pictures below:


Remodeling For Affordable Housing

Batch: 09 Jun 2020

Location: Awoyaya

Remodeling of 19 x 4 bedroom terraces to 112 units has begun.

Find pictures below:

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