Kwara Partners Chinese firm on Textile

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Kwara State
Government has signed an agreement with Chinese investors for the establishment
of Kwara Chetex Park in Ifelodun local government area of the State.


The State
Governor, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed who disclosed this in Share, Headquarters of
Ifelodun Local Government Area of the State during the launch of Share
Education Endowment Fund, said” a minimum of 3000 jobs will be created
along the Ifelodun, Edu and Patigi Local Government axis when the textile park
becomes operational”.


According to
Governor Ahmed, a sum of N1bn has been made available under the
administration’s Off Taker Demand Driven Agriculture Scheme for farmers
involved in cropping, fish farming and animal husbandry, under which farmers
will be provided with agricultural inputs approximate to the amount borrowed to
ensure efficiency and eliminate diversion.


The Governor
promised that his administration will continue to ensure even development
across the state “as no part of the State will be disadvantaged in terms
of infrastructure allocation.”


Dr Ahmed
noted that people’s partnership with the state government was crucial for the
success of prosperity oriented programmes of the government, stressing that
without the people’s contribution and active involvement prosperity would not
be created.


alone cannot create prosperity without your contribution. Thus, your
responsibility, among others, is to partner the government to promote
agriculture, the main occupation in our state, for food security,
employment and alternative revenue”, the governor said.


Ahmed advised
the people of the State to embrace peace and ensure good neighbourliness as it
was crucial for prosperity to manifest.


The National
President of Share Patriotic Movement, Mr AbdulFatah Jimoh, in his
speech said the Education Endowment Fund was part of strategy to check decay in
the education sector that Share youths contend with.