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Foreign Group To Renovate Olumirin Water Fall To Boost Osun Revenue

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A foreign firm, Seventh Cliff Resort, United States of America, has agreed to partner with the Osun State Government on the renovation and development of the tourist centre, Olumirin Waterfall located at Erin-Ijesa.

This was made known when the leadership of the resort paid a courtesy visit to Governor Adegboyega Oyetola in his office.

They told Oyetola, who was represented by his deputy, Mr. Benedict Alabi, that it was resolved to renovate Olumirin Waterfall and to intimate the government about the level of work done so far on the site.

Speaking through his Chief Executive Officer, Temitope Aluko, he said that the company has signed an agreement with the government to complete the project in the next 3 years, adding that 35 hectares of land have been acquired for the project on which preliminary work had commenced.

He stressed that the project, when completed, would create job opportunities, thereby boosting the state’s economy.

Responding, Oyetola noted that tourism is a vital sector that can accelerate the state’s economic growth.

Oyetola stated that the plan of his administration was to predicate the growth of the state economy on tourism, mining and agriculture.

The Governor pledged his readiness to partner with the investors by giving them cooperation they deserve.

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