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Governor Ekiti Abiodun Oyebanji has been praised for his tireless support of government projects. This comes from Agbeywa Farms Chairman Mr. Niyi John Olajide as the governor celebrates his 100th day in office.

We are very grateful to the Oyebanji Management Partnership which has been instrumental in the success of all our business units in Ekiti State.

We are the beneficiaries of Governor Oyeabanji’s continued support to the public private sector in line with his vision of achieving shared prosperity for all stakeholders,” he said.

Olajide also thanked Oyebanji for his part in restoring power to the Ikogosi Hot Springs Resort many years later. This was one of the factors that led to the successful redevelopment of a major tourist center in the state.

Agbeyewa Farms, one of Olajide’s investments in the state, will farm 5,000 hectares of land that will employ thousands of local workers in the state. As of November 2022, more than 100 hectares of farmland have been cleared and planted, employing about 300 workers, most of whom are residents of the state.

Olajide also operates Glocient Hospitalities, the concessionaire for the Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort.

Axxees Group, a home care technology company that provides a comprehensive suite of cloud-based home health care software solutions in Kavista, Nigeria, Lagos and Dallas Technology Center, USA.

Since the end of last year, Ikogosi Warm Springs Resort, operated by Glocient Hospitalities Olajide, has quickly become a popular destination for both local and international visitors.

Oyebanji was elected Governor of Ekiti State in June 2022 and took office in October.

Since taking office in October 2022, Oyebanji has held numerous meetings with private investors in Ekiti State, promoting public-private partnerships in various industries.


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