Governor Gboyega Oyetola has resuscitated the Osun State Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture after many years of moribund.
The Governor lauded the revitalisation of the Chambers on Sunday at the inauguration of a New Executive for OSUNCCIMA led by Prince Kayode Adeyemi at DC crown Hotel G. R. A, Osogbo.
Represented by his Deputy, Mr Benedict Gboyega Alabi, the governor affirmed that OSUNCCIMA remains a critical partner in a nation looking away from oil as the economic mainstay and keen on diversification through industry, Mines and Agriculture after 59 years of dependence on a monolithic economy.
He said he was therefore proud of being associated with OSUNCCIMA as an invaluable driver of his administration’s agenda of speedy and equitable growth and development.
The Governor who told OSUNCCIMA that it is on the Strength of the mutual relationship between our administration and your Chamber that I accept the honor of the investiture as the Grand patron and in the interest of the people and the State.
In his acceptance speech, the new president of OSUNCCIMA, Prince Kayode Adeyemi stated that , the development and growth of MSME’s is very vital and pivotal as it has an important role to play in turning the future of commercial and industrial activities in the State around.
Adeyemi promised to have positive engagement with all stakeholders to partner with State government on quick development of commercial and industrial sectors and to reach out to Osun in Diaspora to contribute their quota in the development of State.
Other dignitaries present at the event include the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, the Chief of Staff to the Governor, Dr. Charles ‘Diji Akinola, National President and West Africa President of NACCIMA Iyalode Alaba Johnson, NACCIMA President, Chief Adebayo Jimoh, CBN Representative, Mr Owolabi Abayomi, Akinrun of Ikirun, Oba Olawale Adedeji, Onibala of Ibala, Oba Adegboyega Ariyo Christopher and some other dignitaries.