The state government of Osun will strengthen its economy by creating an enabling environment for business and investment to thrive.
Governor Gboyega Oyetola stated this while receiving the Venezuela Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr David Nieves Valasquez-Caraballo; envoys from Israel, Cuba, Cote D’ivoire and Republic of Benin.
The envoys were received on behalf of the Governor by chief of staff Dr. Charles Akinola and Secretary to the State Government (SSG) Mr Wole Oyebamiji.
They were among those on a two-day visit to Osogbo, the state capital, to attend the international agriculture technology exhibition and conference tagged ‘1st agrictech Nigeria.
The conference was organised to explore business opportunities in agriculture and to expand the sector.
Speaking on behalf of the governor, Dr Akinola stated that Osun remained resolute to maximize her potentials for greater productivity.
He said his administration is committed to enhancing public private partnership, thus creating workable environment for business to grow.
Governor Oyetola added that the state is open for business it had mapped out modality to facilitate local and foreign partnership for positive changes across all sectors.