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Shettima commends Ekiti projects, urges collaboration for devt

Vice President Kashim Shettima has called on the people of Ekiti to unite in support of Governor Biodun Oyebanji’s efforts towards the development of the…

Vice President Kashim Shettima has called on the people of Ekiti to unite in support of Governor Biodun Oyebanji’s efforts towards the development of the state.

Speaking in Ado-Ekiti during the inauguration of several projects, including the Omisanjana/Deeper Life/Ajebamidele road, the Adire hub at Ado-Iworoko and the third Expanded National MSME Clinics, Ekiti 2024, Senator Shettima praised Governor Oyebanji for his commitment to improving governance and the lives of citizens.

Shettima also commended President Bola Tinubu for his dedication to enhancing governance in Nigeria. He highlighted the significance of the Expanded National MSME Clinics, which bring together, regulators, business owners and investors to support small and medium-scale enterprises across the country.

He announced the establishment of a modern information and communication technology hub in Eriinmope, Ekiti and the approval for another facility in Ado-Ekiti by President Tinubu, aimed at promoting entrepreneurship and innovation in the state.

Additionally, Shettima disclosed that beneficiaries of the clinics would receive a grant of N150,000 each from the federal government without repayment.

Governor Oyebanji expressed gratitude to President Tinubu for his support, and urged citizens in Ekiti to prioritise governance over politics for the state’s advancement. He emphasised the importance of peace for development and highlighted the positive impact of increased revenue allocation on government’s projects.

 

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