Ogun State, known as the Gateway State, is bordered by four States (to the North: Oyo and Osun State, to the South: Lagos State, to the West: Republic of Benin, and to the East: Ondo State) in the South-West of Nigeria.
Ogun State aims to be the fastest growing economy and one of the top three States in Nigeria by 2023 with the wider focus of becoming Africa’s Model Industrial & Logistics Hub. The State has historically produced a comparably higher proportion of Nigerian industrialists and consequently, has a higher industrial output.
The overall mission is to give Ogun State focused and qualitative governance and create the enabling business environment for public private sector partnership built on an awareness of the need for an investor friendly environment able to attract private sector capital and foster economic growth
This is a world class airport city centrally located in Ogun State that is designed to stimulate economic development through the provision of passenger and cargo services needed to support Nigeria’s emerging economy. This will boost Ogun State profile to become the West African Trade Hub.
This includes :
Economic Development Clusters:
Ogun State Economic Development Clusters (EDCs) are designated areas to deliver large scale legacy infrastructure projects in clusters through value chain optimization effects, there are 6 EDCs scattered across 6 different strategic locations in the state.
Special Agriculture Processing Zones (SPAZ):
The Special Agriculture Processing Zones (SPAZ) consists of Agricultural transformation Centre for primary production of the selected commodities and the Agro Industrial Hub for the secondary downstream.