Ogun postpones 2021 Investment Summit

The 2021 Investment Summit earlier planned by the Ogun State Government to hold between July 13-14th, has been postponed.

The State Commissioner for Finance, Mr Dapo Okubadejo, announced the postponement in a statement made available to the Nigerian Tribune, in Abeokuta, that the new date for the Summit would be announced in due course.

The Summit tagged #Iseya 2021, with the theme, ‘Becoming Africa’s Model Industrial and Logistics Hub’, according to Okubadejo, who doubles as the Chief Economic Adviser to Governor Dapo Abiodun, was designed as a platform
to connect potential investors with the numerous opportunities in the state across the power sector, the manufacturing and agricultural value chain will be announced in due course.

He, however, said that all activities leading to the summit, including registration and partnership are still ongoing.

The statement urged the intending participants and partners of the economic summit, to log on to iseya21.ogunstate.gov.ng.

It equally expressed regret over the inconveniences the postponement might have caused intending participants and partners of the investment summit.


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