Thursday, September 29, 2016

Ogun To Build 2nd Largest Refinery In Sub-Saharan Africa

The Ogun State Government has signed agreement with a consortium of four private firms to build a refinery, proposed to be the second largest in sub-Saharan Africa.

The agreement also included the building of the largest petroleum product depot in Nigeria.

The agreement was signed in Abeokuta on Wednesday between the government and four firms: Petrolex Oil and Gas, Hyundai, Ajayi Legal Partners and Wema Bank Plc.


  1. Just pray it's for the benefit of the people

  2. Good news.
    This will provide jobs for my people.
    APC at work. Hoping and praying for more investments to be located in Ogun state.

  3. Mr Governor Sir or Mr unfinished projects u have to road construction works u started simultaneously in 2013 unfinished becoming death traps and spoils cars especially during the rainning season . alagbole road/ link bridge and the alagbado/ sango ota road.Mr governor please ur priorities should be set right. TVC has done so many reports on that road yet still like that.