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PLATEAU STATE GOVERNMENT AWAITS USD300 BILLION FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR                                                                                 04-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      Investments worth 300 billion dollars are to be made by foreign investors into the agricultural sector in Plateau State.

Governor Caleb Mutfwang disclosed this at the swearing-in ceremony of recently appointed Special Advisers, Directors General and Chief Executives of some agencies and Constituency Laison Officers for the State, held at the Banquet Hall, Little Rayfield, Jos.

Speaking after swearing-in the various appointees, Governor Caleb Mutfwang noted that the investment which would primarily be for the improvement of the agricultural sector was by various foreign investors who have indicated interest in transforming the business of agricultural products in the State.

He also stressed the need for the present Government at the Federal level to change some existing policies due to its ineffectiveness in tackling the economic challenges in the country.

Governor Mutfwang therefore emphasized the need to diversify the economy and identified agriculture as one of the major sectors that can boost economic growth.

Governor Mutfwang charged the appointees to carry out their respective assignments with the interest of the state at heart and to join the administration towards creating wealth.

Responding on behalf of the newly sworned- in appointees, the Special Adviser to the Governor on state Assembly Matters, George Daika appreciated the Governor for the confidence reposed on them and pledge to join hand in moving the state forward.

A total of 22 Special Advisers, 24 Constituency Laison Officers and 11 Chief Executives of various agencies in the State.

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