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Tomabum rice production

Sierra Leone's government is still working hard to ensure that Tomabum rice production becomes a reality. Despite the fact that the community has small-scale rice production, which has helped to reduce the impact of the high cost of a bag of rice.

A plan has been developed to begin large-scale rice production, however this cannot be realized unless specific structures are in place.

As a result, on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, the Regional Rice Value Chain Project in the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security will sign a contract with an international consultant for Tormabum infrastructure development.


  1. Since the inception of this government, we have been hearing about this project, a whole 3 million dollars was directed towards this project, can someone please tell me what are the improvement and the yield?, Or it will be a white cat in a bag. The criminal apc party misappropriated project money that were entrusted to them. We hope our own government will not do the same. This same project we saw on social media, when workers went on strike for pay. Please Papa Bio we don't need excuses we need action. God bless you Sir.


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