The Niger State Government in North-Central Nigeria has assured residents of more rapid economic growth and infrastructure development as the state joins others in the country to celebrate Democracy Day.
According to the Governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Mrs Mary Noel Berje, the State has experienced increasing growth in the areas of education, economy, agriculture, infrastructure, and healthcare delivery as well as job and wealth creation in the past five years.
Mrs Berje equally mentioned that the State has completed plans on boosting beef and dairy production in its multi-billion Naira RUGA grazing reserve initiative. She said the initiative will also generate revenue and curb insecurity and the increasing Farmers/Herders clash threatening the corporate existence of communities in the State.
Governor Bello, also stressed his administration commitment to completing all road projects are completed and are of good standards ensured that every level of health care facility gets government’s attention, with the establishments and renovations of primary and secondary health care facilities across the State for effective service delivery.
The Governor who said his government will continue to place a priority on the well-being of the people despite the economic challenges posed by COVID-19, also appealed for support to enable the state government to deliver on its campaign promises.
Governor Bello also called for continued adherence to instructions put in place to curtail the spread of COVID-19 pandemic across the Country.
Source: Voice of Nigeria