Verifiable References of some of the Projects which Dilis Investments Limited assisted her long list of clients to set up

Very recently, the Imo State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (ISOPADEC) engaged the services of Dilis Investments Limited to conduct an in-depth Market Study and extensive Feasibility Studies for establishing large projects in specific locations across the area


Dilis Investments Limited provided technical assistance for the expansion of Gimika Integrated Farms Limited, Kaduna, in June 2011. Below is the cattle-rearing & beef-fattening section, confined within the grazing areas.


Dilis Investments Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Gregory University Uturu, Abia State Nigeria;for the development of Uturu Center of Excellence; in 2013.

A key accomplishment of that cooperation agreement was the establishment of an Integrated Farm, patterned after the SONGHAÏ PORTO NOVO INITIATIVE, as means to Poverty Reduction in the ECOWAS Sub-Region; organized under the following components:

  • CROP CULTIVATION: Rice & Other Crops fed with Pond Water & Slurry Feeds from Animal Pens; Soy Bean; plus High-Yield Cassava Varieties;





  • AQUACULTURE: Fingerlings, Catfish, etc.





  • ANIMAL HUSBANDRY: Geese, Broilers, Pigs, etc.





A number of edible commodities have also been exported abroad by many companies, through the technical assistance of Dilis Investments Limited. These include:

    • Fruit Juice, promoted by Cee-K Holdings, Lagos, in 2004;





  • Palm Oil/ Kernel, promoted by Gravitrade Resources, Owerri, beginning in 2007

  • Cassava Pellets/ Flour, Processed Poundo Yam/ Plantain Flour, sponsored by Mozetti Foods Ltd, Otta, Ogun State, 2000; Top-Olax, Irun Akoko, Ondo State, 2001; Bodu Nigeria, Lagos, 2004; Aby & Dell, Lagos, 2007; and many others.





In recent times, Dilis Nigeria Ltd also assisted many Companies operating from Nigeria and Ghana to export Ogbono, Egusi, Crayfish, Pumpkin/ Bitter Leaf commodities to Europe & America, mainly in crushed forms, and packed in Zip-lock Cellophane Bags.