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OPS denies Ogun quit threat

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ABEOKUTA—The Organised Private Sector, OPS, in Ogun State has denied reports that its members threatened to quit Ogun State due to inclement operating environment.

The Ogun State Chambers of Commerce, Mines, Industry and Agriculture, OGUNCCIMA, based its denial on the fact that the managing director quoted in the story did not grant an interview in line with his company’s policy.

In a statement, the State Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, Mr Bimbo Ashiru, was also quoted as saying that 54 investors had signified interest to invest in the state in the last one year.

Speaking in Abeokuta, President, OGUNCCIMA, Mr. Bayo Ikujenyo, said the report was a misconception of what transpired during the OGUNCCIMA facility tour of some industries in the state.

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