The Ondo state Commissioner for Commerce Industry and Cooperative Services, Otunba    Timehin Adelegbe has expressed gratitude to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu for facilitating the establishment of an ethanol plant in his home town, Okeluse in Ose Local Government area of the state.

The Commissioner, in a chat with newsmen in Akure, the state capital, noted that the gesture by the governor was yet another fulfilment of his campaign promises to the people of the town and the state in general.

While noting that as the town await Mr governor’s quick facilitation for the exploitation of limestone deposit in the area, Otunba Adelegbe, who doubles as the Asiwaju of the town, said he was convinced that the town would soon become an industrial hub that would create job opportunities for the teeming youth of the area and the state at large.

He assured the governor of loyalty of the people to his administration, adding that the people of Okeluse and the entire Ose council area would remain grateful for counting them worthy to benefit from the gesture.