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Nosak, Gladtrico, others parade gains at summit

By Michael Egbejule, Benin City
16 November 2021   |   2:41 am
Indigenous business conglomerate, Nosak Group, and engineering services company, Gladtrico International Ltd., at the Alaghodaro Summit, reeled out gains of Governor Godwin Obaseki’s efforts

Indigenous business conglomerate, Nosak Group, and engineering services company, Gladtrico International Ltd., at the Alaghodaro Summit, reeled out gains of Governor Godwin Obaseki’s efforts at supporting businesses and encouraging private enterprise.

The Alaghodaro Summit, in its fifth edition, is organised yearly to mark the anniversary of Governor Obaseki in office and showcases the progress being recorded in transforming the state into an investment haven.

The Summit, which took place between November 12 and 14 with the theme, “Edo of our dreams: building a sustainable future,” brought together captains of industry, top public and private sector players, interests groups, among others.

Chairman, Marketing and Branding Sub-Committee, Alaghodaro 2021, Crusoe Osagie, who spoke with journalists in Benin City, said firms at the event were impressed with government’s investment in all sectors of the state, which has ensured the provision of adequate infrastructure and incentives to drive productivity and improve livelihoods of residents.

He said: “The just-concluded Alaghodaro Summit was yet another roll call of the transformative and impactful projects and policies by the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led state government to help businesses expand and increase productivity, as big-ticket players in Edo State’s economy, notably Nosak Group, Gladtrico International Ltd. and Presco Plc, among others, took turns to parade gains of these efforts, especially in infrastructure development, as well as the manufacturing and industrial sectors.

“We have made the state more conducive for businesses to thrive, even as we pursue reforms to ensure a strong and vibrant productive sector, and these companies benefit from our reforms in education, investment promotion, infrastructure and energy, which we have implemented in the last five years.”

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