In recognition of the Justice, Development and Peace Makers’ Centre of Osogbo, most especially her efforts, giant strides in human development and behavioural objectives which were considered worthy of emulation in governance, the Government of Osun led by the administration of Gboyega Oyetola has sought partnership with JDPMC Osogbo to empower local farmers in the state through Central Bank of Nigeria’s Loan Scheme.
The Commissioner for Agriculture and Food Security, Hon.Adedayo Adewole disclosed this in his office at the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security during an Advocacy Visit by the Justice, Development and Peace Makers’ Centre (JDPMC), Osogbo.
Hon.Adewole said there was no doubt that JDPMC’s interventions in the agricultural sector had been one of the focal points of his Ministry which he described as a call for emulation and coordinated synergy through partnership. Against this backdrop, he therefore declared intention of his partnership with JDPMC and urged the advocacy team to collect the Data of all the rural farmers at her disposal and forward it to the Ministry so as to benefit from the Apex Bank Loan.
He further commended JDPMC for its spirited efforts towards promotion of Agricultural Development, Food Security and Sustainable Growth in the rural communities of which he attributed to the dedication and commitment to serve the humanity while appealing to all Nigerians to borrow a leaf from the attitudinal tree of the JDPMC.
Reacting the Assistant General Coordinator of the JDPMC, Rev.Fr.Stephen Okurumeh appreciated the Hon.Adewole for acknowledging the efforts of the JDPMC. Fr. Okurumeh reiterated the commitment of the JDPMC in making life better for the poor and partnering with people of goodwill who were capable of engineering as well as entrenching the positive change the nation truly desired.