Osun Chamber Of Commerce Commends Gov. Adeleke, Pledges Partnership With State Government

The Osun Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (OSUCCIMA) has commended the State Government under the leadership of Governor Ademola Adeleke for his effort in partnering with Africa Development Bank (AFDB) especially, as it concerns Tech-Entrepreneurs in the state.

The New President of the organisation, Dr Olu Olujide gave the commendation during the induction of the new leadership of the business organisation in Osogbo.

He pledged partnership with Osun State Government under the administration of Governor Adeleke stating OSUCCIMA was open to give right advocacy and policy statement for the government where necessary.

” We shall always remain a partner with the Government of Osun State at all levels but to be non-hesitant to provide the right advocacy over policies and/or actions of the Government. I therefore call on the Government of Osun State to meaningfully engage OSUCCIMA in Mining, Agriculture, Tourism, and Digital economy development of the State. We are very ready to support the government of Osun State in employment generation, revenue generation and economic development of the State

” Let me again extend our profound appreciation to our Patron and Executive Governor of Osun State, His Excellency Senator Ademola Nurudeen Jackson Adeleke for the readiness of his administration to collaborate with the African Development Bank and tap into opportunities provided by the Bank through its $618m tech fund which will support programmes in the technology and creative sector in the State. I hereby call on our Governor to engage OSUCCIMA in the process and in the identification of genuine technology and creative sector entrepreneurs in the State”, the statement reads.

Dr Olujide said, under his tenure, the new leadership of the organisation, shall work and deliver on her mandate through collective participation and sectoral trade groups, while ensuring the following trade groups and committees get strengthened. The trade groups include, a) Mining Trade Group
b) Small Scale Industries and Technology Trade Group
c) Hospitality, Entertainment and Tourism Trade Group
d) Agriculture Trade Group among others.

Spokesperson to the Governor, Mallam Olawale Rasheed who represented Iwo Chamber of Commerce (IWOCCIMA), was among the newly elected executives of the organisation.

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