Mr Stanley Uzochukwu has disclosed plan to invest in Benue State as well as its youths. Uzochukwu, the Chief Executive Officer of Stanel Group, made the disclosure on the sideline of his meeting with the Benue State governor, Dr. Samuel Ortom in China.
Uzochukwu disclosed. “Considering Gov Ortom’s administration commitment towards developing the state through provision of enabling business environment for both local and foreign investors, Stanel Group has marked Benue State as its next investment ‘port’ to see how it could add value to the development of the state through provision of best oil and gas services and products as well creating employment opportunities to the youths in the area,”.
He also disclosed that apart from constructions of ultra-modern luxury facilities in Benue State, Stanel Group would also establish its Stanel tyre production, Stanel engine oil and Stanel gas plants in the area. “By God’s grace, we will not only build ultra-modern luxury facilities in the state but also build our Stanel tyre production, Stanel engine oil and Stanel gas plants industries in the area. “Another first class service we render that is compared to none in the country is vehicles’ parts maintenance and we will take that to Benue as well.”
On engagement of jobless youths, Stanel boss said “with all of these we are bringing to the state, many Benue jobless youths will be gainfully engaged and more values would be added to the development of the state.”
Recall that Stanel Group, through enabling business environment in Plateau State by the state government, is currently contributing reasonable percentage in the development of the state through provisions of goods and services, social responsibilities and other philanthropic activities in Plateau State.
Similarly, Stanel Group had recently been invited by the Anambra State government to bring similar huge investment and developmental projects already completed in Plateau State to the people of Anambra State. Currently, the constructions of ultra-modern luxury facilities are 100% completed in Awka and would be formally commissioned in a matter of days.