We’re committed to strategic partners for Ekiti devt – Oyebanji

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Biodun Oyebanji has emphasized his unwavering commitment to engaging both governmental and non-governmental organisations and agencies in realising the developmental goals of the state.

Oyebanji stated this after he had a crucial meeting with Dr. Olasupo Olusi led management of the Bank of Industry Limited (BOI).

The meeting designed to foster robust development in Ekiti State, was held at the Head Office of the Bank in Marina, Lagos.

The deliberations revolved around forging prospective collaborations in crucial sectors such as youth empowerment, agricultural revitalization, women’s empowerment, and infrastructural advancement, among others.

Addressing newsmen after the strategic session, the governor stressed that a strategic partnership with the BOI is crucial in actualizing his administration’s shared prosperity agenda.

 Governor Oyebanji expressed optimism in the anticipated outcomes of the collaborative efforts, foreseeing positive results in the near future.

“Bank of industry is very critical to our shared prosperity agenda. I can only expect a better collaboration, the critical government officials would be here to take this discussion further. I am extremely excited because of the opportunities it offers our people”

Governor Oyebanji lauded the management of Bank of Industry for their array of programmes and initiatives, stressing that the people of Ekiti State are eager for increased presence of Federal Government agencies and development partners in the state.

In his response, the BOI MD/ CEO, Dr Olasupo Olusi said the bank is committed to the collaboration between the bank and Ekiti State Government even as he lauded Governor Oyebanji’s development agenda for the state.

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“We will ensure a stronger collaboration between Ekiti State Government and Bank of Industry. For Governor Oyebanji to be here demonstrates the strong interest in developing the state. Different areas of development have been discussed and we will follow up”, Dr Olusi added.

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