The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission is a development coordination and management institution, set up as a strategic and action-oriented response to the desire and determination of the South Western States of Nigeria to create regional competitive advantage. The DAWN Commission is focused on fostering inclusive and aggressive economic growth that leverages the socio-economic potential of the Southwest region comprising Lagos, Oyo, Ogun Osun Ekiti, and Ondo.
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