The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi (Ojaja II), has signed
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Saudi Arabian company, the
Group of Company for the Development of Technology and Construction
(GTDC), on business investment.
Ooni stated further that the experience and exposure gathered by him
as a Prince in his business worldwide before mounting the throne of
his forebears assisted him a lot in administering the vast kingdom of
He stated this at the signing of memorandum of understanding (MOU)
with a Jordanian business tycoon from Middle East in his Palace, on
“Am impressed with the green energy, green city you want to partner
with us which will help our teeming youth to be gainfully employed.
“We are blessed in Ife land as God used a philanthropist who wants to
starts his philanthropic works in Nigeria in Ife land.
“Because I wants my people in Ife land to benefit from this gesture;
that is why I brought him home before going to any other place.
“We needs a lot of Public Private Partnership (PPP) to boost our
economy for our able youth to be fully employed.
“This life is full of vanity and the only thing you can do to be
remembered for is your service to humanity.” Ooni stated.
Speaking at the signing of the MOU, Sheik Hamard Al Natour
acknowledged the royal father for his efforts in empowering the
youths, widows, orphans and the less privileged.
Hamard said “I’m here in Ife to partner with Ooni of Ife on green
energy, green city to make lives more bearable for the good people of
“I’ve built schools, hospitals and houses around 168 countries in six
continent of the world.
“My focus now is to come home which is Ile-Ife where the day dawn and
partner with the most respected monarch globally who preached peace
around the globe.
“The project I wants to embark on will be completed within three to
six months,” Al Natour assured.
Shiek Al Natour is an Entrepreneur, business tycoon and philanthropist
Jordan in Middle East.
After signing of the MoU, Ooni Ogunwusi and Hon Hamard left for Abuja,
to meet Present Muhammadu Buhari to sign another MoU.