Governor Gboyega Oyetola-led government has revealed that plan to create 15,000 jobs in the state annually through industrial development, technical and vocational centres.
The Osun State Government unveiled the post-COVID-19 plan on Thursday.
The Commissioner for Commerce, Industry, Cooperatives and Empowerment in the state, Dr Bode Olaonipekun, stated this while speaking with newsmen in Osogbo on Thursday.
Dr Olanipekun, who spoke after a meeting with the leadership of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency and the management of the Industrial Development Centre, noted that the plan is targeted at empowering the people of Osun State.
He said, “This is a post-pandemic initiative to revive the economy and we are here particularly to address one of the focal areas of this administration to rejuvenate the economy and empower the citizens.”
Meanwhile, a High Court sitting in Osogbo, Osun State, on Wednesday noted constitutionally, the name, ‘State of Osun,’ does not exist.