May 18, 2024

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Osun Commissioner for Commerce, Bunmi Jenyo Resumes Duty, Charges Staff to Remain Dedicated

Osun State Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, Rev. Bunmi Jenyo has on Monday officially resumed duty in the ministry.

Accompanied by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs Josephine Kehinde Odediran and other top government officials in the ministry, the Honourable Commissioner inspected all the offices in the ministry.

While speaking, Rev. Jenyo urged the entire citizenry of the state to support and encourage the administration of Governor Ademola Jackson Nurudeen Adeleke, to deliver on his lofty dreams and aspirations for Osun State.

The Honourable Commissioner also charged the staff members of the ministry to keep the offices neat and tidy. According to him, “I have told the staff when I did the walk-round that they must be tidy, being loyal to the ministry and government is not enough, you must keep the environment and the offices clean and tidy”

According to him, the government of Sen. Adeleke will create an enabling environment for investment, with a view to increasing the revenue of the State.

According to him, “I am prepared to be dedicated and committed to all the ventures that can give us more income. If you create an enabling environment which I’m promising to do, definitely you will increase your IGR. We will also create an enabling environment so that lots of people will be interested in coming to Osun to invest, because Osun State has so much potentials”.

He added that the Governor has promised whosoever that will be coming in to invest, that enabling environment will be created and sustained by his administration.

The Commissioner also reiterated his commitment to resuscitate some of the abandoned ventures in the ministry so that they will continue to generate income for the State.

Rev. Jenyo who highlighted the giant strides of Governor Adeleke within the last eight months, maintained that the narrative has changed for the better as gone are those days that the government was crying “no money”.

“Because of no money, they could not construct good roads, they could not do infrastructure, but we can all see what Mr. Governor has achieved in the past few months”.

“Because Mr. Governor blocked all the leakages, there is no longer capital flight to Lagos, as it was used to be. The money for Osun must stay in Osun. And that’s the vision of our Governor “, he said.