Osun Govt Seeks Partnership With Japanese Investors
Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, has expressed the readiness of his administration to partner the Japan Government and investors from the country to establish industrial and economic ventures in the state.
Oyetola said putting the state on the path of industrial and economic development was a major focus of his administration.
Addressing some delegates from Japan, who were in the state to explore available business opportunities, the governor, who spoke through the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Oluwole Oyebamiji, informed his guests that the proposed economic summit of the state would further showcase its economic potential to the global community.
Oyetola stressed that the state planned to develop its agricultural, mining and industrial sectors to create job opportunities for its youth.
He assured the delegates and any other investors interested in establishing businesses in Osun of arable land, good hospitality and adequate security.
He commended the Onirun of Oke-’run, Oba Isaac Ilori, for facilitating the meeting and called on other well-meaning indigenes to encourage more investors to invest in the state to fast-track its development.
In his presentation, the leader of the Japanese delegates, Mr Masayoshi Kora, disclosed that the team had carried out investigations about the state and found it suitable for investment.
He pledged that as soon as the country’s prime minister approved their business proposals, work would commence in the state.