According to the Bank’s website, the proposed investment is a senior secured A Loan of up to US$23.3 million to Johnvents Industries Limited, a Nigerian cocoa processing and trading company. The investment will support the Company’s US$46.1 million expansion plan in (i) increasing production capacity to 120 metric tons per day cocoa processing capacity; (ii) expanding gas power plants; (iii) fleet acquisition; and (iv) working capital (together, the “Project”).
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Johnvents Industries Limited
Founder/ Group Managing Director
2 Ademiluyi Close, Kongi, New Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria
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