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Ogun to sign MoU with OPS on construction of Olokola deep sea port 

The Ogun Government has disclosed that it plans to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Organised Private Sector (OPS) on the construction of the Olokola deep sea port at the Waterside LGA of the state. 

This disclosure was made by Mr Lekan Adeniran, the Chief Press Secretary to the Ogun State governor,  Dapo Abiodun, as contained in a statement on Wednesday. 

According to Adeniran, Gov. Abiodun had met with the Chief Executive Officers of OPS in Abeokuta on Wednesday to discuss a possible partnership on the construction of the Olokola deep sea port.  

The governor emphasised that the construction of the Olokola deep sea port would make the movement of goods and equipment easy, ultimately providing an environment for business to thrive in Ogun State.  

Adeniran, in the statement further revealed that Gov. Abiodun said his administration was working towards putting an end to the multiplicity of taxes in the state. 

Furthermore, the statement noted that Gov. Abiodun urged business concerns to patronise the government whenever they needed land, saying that all land belonged to the government.