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Trade and Commercial activities have always been at the foundation of every civilization. No society can develop and prosper without its citizens bein

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As earlier expressed, Standardizing weights and measurements is critical to equity and justice in an effort to establish consumers’ confidence and e

About us

We are a government responsible for the happiness of our people. To this end, we are thinking outside the box to cause those changes and institutional

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What You Need To Know

Trade and Commercial activities have always been at the foundation of every civilization. No society can develop and prosper without its citizens being involved in business transactions. And, there is no transaction that can be conducted to the mutual satisfaction of the parties involved unless each is assured the other is fair and honest. Thus, when a housewife buys a bowl of beans, and when a butcher sells his portion of meat, there is an implied faith that as goods are exchanged for money, there is the same just balance for buyer and seller…. Read full Documentary Script

 

“Unequal weights are an abomination to the Lord, and false scales are not good”. (Proverbs 20:23)

“use honest scales and to give just measure and weight; and do no mischief on earth” (Surah 7:85)

“The LORD detests differing weights, and dishonest scales do not please him”. (Ezekiel 45:10)

  • Official Commissioning of Weighing Scales
  • Official Commissioning of Weighing Scales
    Official Commissioning of Weighing Scales
    Governor State of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola and his Deputy, Mrs Titilayo Laoye-Tomori, during the Official Launch of Standardized Weighing Scales in Osun Markets, (Osunwon Omoluabi), at Nelson Mandela Freedom Park, Osogbo.
  • Governor Aregbesola (3rd right); his Deputy, Mrs. Titilayo Laoye-Tomori (3rd left), Chief Judge of Osun State, Justice Gloria Adepele Ojo (2nd left), Speaker, State of Osun House of Assembly, Hon. Najeem Salam (left), Iyaloja General of Osun State, Alhaja Sifahu Asindemade (2nd right) and Babaloja of Osun State, Chief David Iyiola
  • Typical commodity markets in Osun
  • Typical commodity markets in Osun
  • Typical commodity markets in Osun
    Typical commodity markets in Osun
  • Another section of the training in session.
  • Officials of the Ministry of Industries, Commerce, Cooperatives and Empowerment at the training of 3.OYES cadets for the use of the Osunwon Omoluabi
  • A cross section of the training
  • Volunteers of the Osun Youths Empowerment Programme (OYES) at a training session for the use of Osunwon Omoluabi.
  • Officials of the Ministry of Industries, Commerce, Cooperatives and Empowerment at the training of 3.OYES cadets for the use of the Osunwon Omoluabi
  • A cross section of the training
  • Volunteers of the Osun Youths Empowerment Programme (OYES) at a training session for the use of Osunwon Omoluabi.

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As earlier expressed, Standardizing weights and measurements is critical to equity and justice in an effort to establish consumers’ confidence and economic security  however, experiences in almost all […]

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