The Oyo State Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Honourable Seun Fakorede visited the Ibadan office of the Titans Farm, the fast rising Afro-investment company in the state.
Fakorede during his visit commended the company for its effort to reach out to people in the nooks and crannies of the state via an impressive advert that is difficult to overlook.
The Ife-graduate in his remark professed his love for consistency, added that there is dire need to redefine the system. He identified the challenge faced by intending business owners to be the fear of starting from the scratch, saying that a lot of them want to take it from up.
He, however enjoined the company to continue with the pace it started with, saying that sustainability is the key to continuous relevance.
The Chief Executive Officer of Titan Farms, Mr Gbenga Olatunbosun speaking about the commissioner’s visit described him a brand to reckon with and someone whom they share many things in common.
He further informed the commissioner that the company has 75 direct employment, added that the minimum wage in Titan Farms is 45,000 naira.
Titan Farms, a seven month old company produces Rice, Yam Flour and Vegetable Oil and sell across the south western states of Nigeria.