KWARA STATE GOVT REITERATES COMMITMENT TO EASE OF DOING BUSINESS

Written by on April 16, 2021

THE KWARA STATE GOVERNMENT HAS RESTATED ITS COMMITMENT TO CREATING A BUSINESS-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE STATE.

THE CHAIRMAN, KWARA STATE EASE OF DOING BUSINESS COUNCIL, MRS SUSAN OLUWOLE, EXPRESSED THIS AT THE OPENING OF A TWO-DAY STAKEHOLDERS’ ORGANISED BY THE COUNCIL IN ILORIN ON THURSDAY.

OLUWOLE, WHO DOUBLES AS THE KWARA HEAD OF SERVICE SAID THE MEETING WAS ORGANISED TO HARVEST THE OPINIONS OF RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS WITH A VIEW TO CHARTING THE WAY FORWARD.

OLUWOLE SAID THE GOVERNOR HAS GIVEN THE MARCHING ORDER TO CHANGE THE RANKING OF KWARA STATE ON EASE OF DOING BUSINESS.

THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO GOV. ABDULRAHMAN ABDULRAZAQ ON GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM, MR SHITTU ABDULMUTOLIB, SAID THE MEETING WOULD GIVE THE COUNCIL CLEARER INSIGHTS INTO OTHER ISSUES THAT MAY NOT HAVE BEEN EARLIER IDENTIFIED.

MR ABDULLAH ABDULMAJEED SAID THE COUNCIL WAS PART OF THE COMMITMENT OF THE GOVERNOR TO ENSURE THAT EASE OF DOING BUSINESS IN THE STATE RECEIVED A BOOST IN LINE WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REFORM OF BUSINESS CLIMATE.

 

 

 


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