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Oyo Govt. promises to collaborate with butchers at Amosun village

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Oyo State Governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde, declared that he will summon all stakeholders that were involved in the establishment of the Central Abattoir, Amosun Village, Ibadan to a round table meeting where a lasting solution to the long over due Misunderstanding that split the Oyo state Butchers Association into two-faction would be addressed.

The governor stated this when he paid on the spot assessment visit to the Central Abattoir, Amosun Village, Ibadan to solve the over 8-years dispute among the Oyo state Butchers, stakeholders and Developer.

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The governor, who noted that the matter is beyond Politics and friendship, affirmed that within the next one week, he will engage all sides and ring out a fair deal to the people of Oyo State.

He urged butchers operating at the Central Abattoir, Amosun Village, Ibadan to Cooperate with the investor/developer so as not to give a bad impression to others wanting to partner with the state in economic growth.

In their remarks, Engineer Abiodun Amadu, chairman, Central Abattoir-Amosun Village, Ibadan and the secretary, Olagoke Lateef, unanimously pledged to comply with the decision of the governor in moving the state forward.

Present at the visit were: Chief of Staff to the governor, Bisi Ilaka; Head of Service, Mrs. Amidat Agboola; Permanent Secretary, Ministry Of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development, Mr Victor Atilola; The Executive Adviser to the Governor on Agri-Business, Dr. Debo Akande and the Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Sina Olukolu.