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Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa (middle); Managing Director Rain Oil, Mr. Gabriel Ogechei (left) and Chairman, Oshimili South Local Government, Pastor. Chuks Obosum, during the Inauguration of Rain Oil Ultra Modern Mege Station and Mall, at No. 295 Nnebisi Road, Asaba.

Okowa Reassures Investors Of Enabling Environment

Delta State Governor, Senator Dr.  Ifeanyi Okowa has assured investors of government’s support in the provision of enabling environment for economic development of the country.

Speaking today [01-08-17] when he inaugurated the Rain Oil Ultra Modern Mega Station and Mall in Asaba, Senator Okowa said that the state was investors’ friendly and economic viable to support investors willing to impact on the state economy.

 “I am glad at  your zeal to impact on your immediate society, I want to assure you of the support of government to impact on the economy of the state, I want to urge all deltans with investments  in other places to come and invest at home, your investments will help generate employment for the youths and impact on the state economy”, Governor Okowa said.

He commended the Group Managing Director, Rain Oil Ltd, Engr. Gabriel Ogbechie for his investments in the state and his infrastructural contributions to his community stressing that the Ultra modern Mega Station and Mall would generate employment for the youths and yield a lot of economic activities for the state.

He assured the management on Rain Oil that Delta State Government would continue to partner with the company. 

" We are proud of what you have done and we look forward to greater partnership in the future, we will continue to support you as you impact on the economy of the state." He stressed. 

Earlier in his address, Engr Ogbechie  thanked Governor Okowa for providing the enabling environment for investment to thrive in the state  assuring that the state was a focal point in the company’s investment decisions and it would expand its business in the state .

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