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Gov Makinde Vows To Provide Conducive Environment For Investors

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Oyo State Governor ‘Seyi Makinde has reiterated his commitment to fostering a conducive environment for investors, regardless of political affiliations.

Speaking at the commissioning of Omoluabi FM in Ibadan, the governor highlighted the administration’s success in nearly tripling the number of radio stations, emphasizing the role of youth in shaping Nigeria’s future.

Makinde, who praised Chief Sunday Dare, the founder of the radio station, for investments in the business, emphasized the state’s dedication to encouraging investors.

He also assured adequate security measures around the area and stressed the importance of political differences not negatively impacting businesses.

“In Oyo State, we will continue to encourage our youths,” Governor Makinde declared, addressing the youthful staff and management of Omoluabi FM. “The future of Nigeria rests on the youthful population. You have the energy and intellect to prove it.”

The governor encouraged political loyalists to embrace peace, urging them to avoid creating conflicts among politicians.

“No politician is worth dying for,” he emphasized, emphasizing a need for a harmonious coexistence irrespective of party affiliations.

Chief Sunday Dare expressed gratitude to the governor and the government for their support in setting up Omoluabi FM.

He commended the state’s commitment to creating an atmosphere where individuals can interact regardless of political differences.

The event, attended by dignitaries including former deputy governor Moses Alake Adeyemo, former Speakers Akin Onigbinde and Asimiyu eNiran Alarape, and other government functionaries, celebrated the youth-driven initiative of Omoluabi FM, promising to uphold integrity.

In his welcome address, the General Manager, Mr. Stephen Adedigba, highlighted the station’s commitment to youth-driven initiatives and integrity.


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