Osinbajo in Oshogbo for nationwide MSME clinic, tasks indigenes on wealth creation

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, on Thursday attended the launch of the Nationwide MSME Clinic in Osogbo, State of Osun. He was received by a multitude of cheerful citizens of the state.

He used the occasion to urge citizens of the state to get involved in the wealth creation in their communities by engaging themselves as the country has enough resources to go round.

Today’s Clinic received a total of 4250 participants registered to take part in the MSME Clinic and 206 exhibitors across the agro-allied, manufacturing and retail sectors.

According to him, “this level of interest clearly shows that participants place value on the objectives of the MSME Clinics”

The Vice President mentioned that Osun State will be the fourth state launching the MSME One Stop Shop thus far, others being Plateau, Abia, and Kwara states. The One Stop Shop will provide support to MSMEs with regard to complying with regulatory requirements.

Furthermore, in his remarks, he said “Osun State is acknowledged as an agrarian state with great potential for profitable investment in agricultural sector well known for its spirit of enterprise…”