He gave the assurance in a town hall meeting in Potiskum , saying his administration was committed to providing necessary facilities that would enable the harnessing of the abundant resources in the state.
“Potiskum is known for the construction of bodies of long vehicles; we are committed to constructing a trailer garage and mechanic workshop village to improve the trade, generate more employment opportunities, and create wealth” Buni said.
According to the governor, government will construct modern markets in some major towns to boost commerce and trade.
“As a commercial center, Potiskum will have a befitting modern market to promote business activities,” he added.
The governor said his administration was committed to revolutionising agriculture sector through the implementation of laudable programmes that would make the sector attractive and profitable.
“Farming has remained the mainstay and major employer of our people; government would provide the necessary inputs and enhance mechanized method of farming across the state” the governor said.
Alhaji Salisu Muktari, Chairman, Potiskum Local Government Council, said Potiskum had the largest cattle market in West Africa, and was in dire need of expansion.
“The market deserves expansion to accommodate more traders , create more employment opportunities and improve the economy” he said.
- Konta in good spirits day after health scare at Top Seed Open
- Four-goal Shakhtar Donetsk set up Europa League semi-final against Inter Milan
- Bauchi Govt. partners UNESCO on mobile learning for school children
- Sevilla reach Europa League semi-finals as Wolves pay for penalty kick miss
- Zamfara security c’tee denies resignation of members
- Police arrest 3 for allegedly robbing fishermen of N1.6m in Lagos
- New Zealand city of Auckland prepares for lockdown as mystery COVID cases emerge
- IPAC wants INEC to adjust timetable for Ondo, Edo polls
- Gov. Wike dissolves Task Force on Illegal Street Trading, Motor Parks
- Akeredolu admonishes governors to support community policing