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Monday, May 18, 2020

Red Oil Production In Nigeria

This is how the palm oil you use in making delicious soups and stews in Nigeria is made?OMG











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  1. We prepare it neatly and differently in my place. I badly buy from the market.

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    1. This might be 18BC cos in our place it's not this way..

      Oil wey people in Lagos order all the way from the East;oil that stays same way a year after..

      Long live Ahia Bush..

      @MARTINS

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    2. This isn't how it is made in my village. It is all mechanized now. Are these old photos?

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    3. I make palm oil and NO I don’t make it like this. I doubt there are still persons that make palm oil like this , if present probably a handful of them. Please let’s do our research before putting things out in public

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    4. Hahahaha @ Ahia bush, Martin please don't start.

      Stella please, this is not how they produce palm oil in the east, it's all mechanical now, don't know about other people anyways.

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    5. This is not how it is made in my place. It's mechanized now. This must be in the 80's or early 90's

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    6. They have moved from these methods to a mechanized one.

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    7. Stella pls consider not to post these pictures. There are thousands of palm oil milling machines all over Nigeria in use by SMEs. The people sponsoring these pictures are the cabal that import palm oil from Malaysia and Indonesia, they have not rested since the ban on their trade. I KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING. Kindly advise them to choose another business, they can consider farming...e.g. growing cocoyam.

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    8. Pls stop arguing if you don't know something,i went to the interior of Ondo state for a survey some months ago and THIS IS EXACTLY HOW PALM OIL IS PRODUCED over there

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    9. Pls stop arguing if you don't know something,i went to the interior of Ondo state for a survey some months ago and THIS IS EXACTLY HOW PALM OIL IS PRODUCED over there

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    10. Anon17.59 simply say this how it is done in your village. Stop generalizing, small milling machines are all over the place or maybe you are one of the palm oil importers sponsoring these pictures.

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  2. What u dont know cannot kill u mbok. What about those that use legs to wash cassava or thos bakery guy that ll dip their arms up to armpit level and top it with sweat...

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    1. The akara you eat, this is how the beans are gleaned. Some bakery uses this method to knead the flour.

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  3. Haba Stella, this was before we had milling machines nau. These days, you just carry your palm fruits to the palm oil mill . All they do is boil it and pour in the milling machine and you collect your oil and leave.

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    1. Bless you for information. We are the problem of run it down syndrome of made in Nigeria products.

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    2. Even b4 the milling machines came, we saw how our grandparents processed oil those days. Not like this biko!!

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  4. Make I vomit all the soup first I dey come *pukes*

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  5. This must be a very interior part of Nigeria or not Nigeria at all.
    And no this is definitely not the process, even in my village in AkwaIbom as far back as early 90s when i was a child.
    Machines and the hands were used then, and now there are modern facilities used -even in villages.

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    1. Exactly! I think these are old pictures.

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    2. Wine is made same way

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    3. We are not talking about wine but palm oil.

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    4. 13.34. If you cannot tolerate other people's comment just read and pass, this blog was not made for you alone.

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    5. Anonymous 11:10, where in Akwa Ibom State are you from?

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  6. I'm sure these people are from the south..
    This is not how it's made in my village ooo..
    The one I have seen from my town,they use one machine like that to extract the oil from the palmnut..
    They use hands when necessary..
    I heard oil made like this is the sweetest..
    Some people use their foot too..

    The person that supplies my oil from the east is from my town and she doesn't make hers like this...
    Most people from my side living in Lagos buys only from her..
    Her oil is like a Visa.. e no dey reach ground..
    Her oil can stay for one year without spoiling

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    1. Which machine?
      When did your people invent a palm oil extracting machine?
      Please cut out the hypocrisy. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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    2. your sure it is from the south? please stop making such provocative statements

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    3. 11:43, do you live under a cave? Palm oil extracting machine has been in used for a long long time.

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    4. Anon 11:43. Your ignorance stinks. Please if you're not sure of something, keep quiet in public, rather than disgracing yourself. Oil processing/ milling machines are very common in a lot of villages and towns in the East right now.

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  7. This is really true , but u can't make use of ur oil again if ur taking note of all these...

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    1. That's not true.. In my Villa, we have machines that process palm oil.
      Ist Phase.. The palm fruits are cooked in a big pot or pots
      2nd Phase.. The palm fruits are poured into a blending machine that just blends it enough to remove the chaff from the nut.
      3rd phase.. The blended mix is poured into a rotating oil extractor. This is done manually.

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    2. Very correct,saw it done this way in my village in the late 80s by my cousin.

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  8. Ohhh God! Do they have to swim inside ffs๐Ÿคจ๐Ÿคจ

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  9. I ask again, please ask where this picture came from because all through my growing years in the village where palm oil business was the bane, I never witnessed a process this crude.

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    1. Infact ehh, so tey the wone remove their blouses and want to go naked all in the name of extracting oil bikonu

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  10. When heat touch am for soup all will be well

    Without heat on top yam

    Your immunity must be well

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  11. Tuehh!!! If e no be okomu e no be oyel๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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    1. Yeah, okomu oil is the best in both south and west.

      Seriously, But, this is not how palm fruits oil is processed in Nigeria

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    2. You certainly haven't tasted oil from the Akwaibom and Calabar.and some places in the east

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    3. My landlady brings oil from crossriver, over sweetness dey kill am.

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  12. That's why I only use the one from my village- Mbaise๐Ÿ‘. The best oil ever! Both in taste and preparation

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  13. What? OMG. This is not healthy at all.

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  14. its not in all area... in my village we take it to the oil mill, a machine pounds it,after that, it will be taken to another machine that extracts the oil.... that method above is old

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  15. That Emoji๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    ImageScale ๐Ÿ’•

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  16. At times it is better we don't know or see. I have heard about the production process before. Someone suggested we go into it with some people in Delta taking care of production. Thieving somebody only me will bring money. Anyway we have no choice do we? ๐Ÿ˜’

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  17. This should be an improvised way of making it.
    If you grew up in a village setting, you'll remember they have what is called Igwe akwu, it's a machine that takes care of the entire process without hands touching it. A gallon is even used to fetch the oil from the machine.

    This right here is far from what I have seen.

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  18. Mbaise oil is the best and it's very neat

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    1. @Flamzy
      So you are from Mbaise?
      No wonder. Hope you know what Mbaise stands for in Igboland?

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  19. So unhygienic����

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  20. This is just from one dirty part, lets not generalize pls

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  21. No big deal.
    Have you seen how they make wine?
    Sometimes peeps have to use their legs to crush it, just like the palm fruit ๐Ÿ˜…

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  22. I have not witnessed this kind of production process....we need to know this location.

    Very obvious they don't have access to processing machine...who baths with oil all in the name of...ewww, really disgusting

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  23. even people that their parents and family members produce palm this way will start forming tush.

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  24. Dis is disgusting tueh!!!!

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  25. Lol. Funny that people are saying it’s not how it’s prepared. Hahahahaha. I can testify that it’s even worse than this. We add red sand while washing the chaff from the palm fruit to bring out more oil.

    Nothing wrong with that. It is then Subjected to High heat to separate the oil from the water.

    This is what our forefathers did and ate and lived to be 95. Give me this over all that nonsense that causes cancer.

    We should ask ourselves why we that are supposed to be eating healthier are living shorter lives

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    1. Exactly what I was going to say. This "disgusting" oil is what you ate growing up and what our parents used also. Ignorance is bliss.

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    2. All the people from your place would agree with the pictures.
      Unfortunately, only few of them are BVs.

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    3. It shows that most bvs very young

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  26. My place we use machine but it so depend on the place

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  27. Some of these ladies swimming in it could be in their menses? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”

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  28. 1 Corinthians 10:. 25 Eat anything that is sold in the marketplace without questions of conscience, 26for the earth and its abundance are the Lord’s.

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  29. Abeg this is an old way of producing oil that is in 9o's down ward not now again. Almost all communities has milling machines for palm oil.

    This means is so difficult and stressful.

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  30. I wonder the era they did this cos this is not how they do in my place, despite the quantity of fruits harvested.

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  31. Wow,I can't really tell if that's the process.. I make my palm oil myself..

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  32. Not hygienic you say? Have you ever wondered why mad people who eat from refuse and drink gutter water hardly get sick? There is this mad man I have known in Umuahia since 1993 and I saw him last Christmas. Still mad and still eating from the refuse bin. I wonder why.

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  33. I was a corper in ondo state. Served in a local government called bolonrunduro in 2013.This was how my landlady used to process it. I was shocked when I saw it but I got used to it.

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    1. I thought as much...this process can only be done in the west..We dont process oil like this in Akwa ibom and cross river state even in the most remote areas, machines are used..

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    2. 2013 was 7 years ago, likely has changed by now.

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    3. I was going to say it too that this is from the west.
      There’s this documentary on YouTube (I think battabox), this is how the western women were preparing the oil

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  34. This is not how we produced oil in my village, Mba5 to be precise. Our oil is very neat and lasts longer.

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  35. Wow I'm so happy l can comment now after 5years

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    1. Wetin happen?, May be God of comment dey vex. Anyway congtatulations.Use your comments wisely.

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  36. This is the traditional method of processing oil palm before machine was introduced to some part of the country. The finalproduct is very clean,devoid of impurities. The picture here depicts one of the many stages of local method of processing.

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  37. This may not be Nigeria. The East which is the largest producer of oil, does them in the oil mills. Besides, a good percentage of homes have the mini machines at home. It is done hxgienically pls. NOT LIKE DIS! !

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  38. A lot of people have turn this to a tribalistic post. Abeg, this was how palm oil was produced all over Nigeria till oil mill was introduced. This must be an old picture.

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    1. Why do you like forcing your opinions on people.

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  39. Are they actually bathing with it??????? Ewww

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  40. Hehehehehe See oyel. E remain to swim inside. Turn am to swimming pool.

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