Nasarawa Assembly Support Gov. Sule’s industrialisation policy.

 

Members of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, has unanimously agreed to give one  hundred per cent support to the industrialisation  policy of Gov. Abdullahi Sule in order to boost the state socio economic activities and improve the standard of living of citizens.

To this end  the House has fixed Monday next week to pass into law ” A Bill for a Law to Establish the Nasarawa State Investment and Development Agency Charged with  the Responsibility Among Other Things to Promote , Facilitate and Coordinate Investment in the State and  Other Related Matters.

The Speaker, RT.Hon Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi, stated this after members deliberated on report of the House Standing Committee on Capital Market, Commerce and Industries on  A Bill for Law a to Establish the Nasarawa State Investment and Development Agency Charged with  the Responsibility Among Other Things to Promote , Facilitate and Coordinate Investment in the State and  Other Related Matters.

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The House leader, Hon Tanko Tunga, who led the debate appealed to his colleagues to give their necessary support and adopt  the recommendations of the bill.

Nasarawa Speaker, Ibrahim Abdullahi Balarabe

Tunga’s motion was seconded by the Minority Leader, Hon Danladi Jatau (PDP-Kokona West) and members unanimously  adopted the report.

The Speaker, Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi, who commended members for their zeal to support Gov Sule to succeed and their quest to give the people of the state adequate representation said the bill if finally passed will improve on the lives of the people.

‘ This bill if finally passed into law will boost  the  state socioeconomic  activities,attract more investors, improve IGR and will as well improve on the standard of living of the people of the state ‘he said.

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The speaker slated Monday, September  21, 2020.for the third reading of the bill and its passage.

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Yahaya Idris is a freelance reporter and Chief Executive Officer Global Times Nigeria. Idris is an undergraduate student of the famous Federal University Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria.

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