Technology Incubation Centre, Abeokuta

Brief History

Technology Incubation Centre (TIC) Abeokuta was established on 2nd May, 2007 as the 18th TIC to transform Ogun State and Nigeria as a whole into an industrial giant. The Centre is situated at Km 9, Lagos-Abeokuta Express Road, Beside Total Filling Station, Onijanjanganjan, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

TIC Abeokuta covers a cross-section area of nine (9) hectares. It has two (2) extensions in Ogun State which are located in the Ogun West senatorial district (Owode extension of 1.8 acres) and Ogun East senatorial district (Odogbolu of 2 hectares) respectively.


S/N Name of Enterprise Products Value Addition
1 Alpha Cedar Corporate Company
Pure Honey, Honey With Garlic (In Sachet) nafdac: In process
Addition of garlic, ginger & Packaged in smaller quantity for affordability
2 Global Academy For Creativity & Innovation Ltd
Iru Extra Seasoning In Syrup And Powder nafdac: 08-2722L
Modernized Packing
3 Jeflopas Ventures
PFU Dried Fish nafdac: In process
Extension of shelf-life of fish is 18months & flavor addition
4 Olagod Blessed Nig Ltd
Soy-Ogi (PAP) nafdac: A1-080097
Product in Powdery form with addition of Soy protein
5 Shobam Visions Ltd
Preserved Bottled Palm Wine nafdac: A1-7624L
Extension of shelf-life of bottled Palm-Wine to more than 18months
6 Marquise Candour Enterprises
Customized Disposable Paper Cup nafdac: In process
Waste to wealth
7 Citty Collections
Citty Shoes /services boot/sandals and slippers
Product made from high quality leather with good finish using modern technology in processing

Major Facilities in the Centre

  • Administrative Building
  • Prof Gambo Abdullahi ICT Building
  • Twenty (20) Incubation Units
  • Industrial Park Administrative Block
  • Engineering Workshop
  • Two(2) Functional Boreholes
  • 250 seater multi-purpose hall
  • And many more

TIC,Abeokuta receives full support of Ogun State Government through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

The unique advantage of TIC Abeokuta in the Gateway State capital is her accessibility to other parts of the country, including Lagos State, (known to be the commercial nerve Centre of Nigeria). The strategic location of the Centre will also facilitate easy exportation of products from the Centre to other West Africa Countries.

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