Senator Wadada, urges NSG to pay attention to Abuja Corridors for Development to thrive


Senator representing Nasarawa West senatorial district, Ahmed Aliyu Wadada, has urged Nasarawa state government to pay attention on the Abuja corridors which is a gate way to the state to boost socio economy development.

He stated this during his Sallah message to the people of Nasarawa state at his residence, GRA Keffi, Monday.

While noting that the recent investment submit hosted by the Nasarawa state government under Governor Abdullahi Sule, senator Ahmed Aliyu Wadada, said the opening of the Abuja corridors of Nasarawa state will compliment the focus of the government in the aspect of industrialization.

“Talking about industrial Renaissance if Nasarawa state will take the advantage of the proximity to Abuja, and open open up the Abuja and it will do a lot to the state government”.

Senator Wadada, maintained that the present administration is exposing Nasarawa state to the world considering it’s potentials which will turn around the fortunes of the state, adding that the commissioning of the lithium processing plant in Nasarawa local government is another major breakthrough by the present administration.

“In area of infrastructure, the administration of Abdullahi Sule is doing well which is a vindication on my side because a quiet a number of people couldn’t understand as an ADP candidate during the time of election campaigning for AA Sule in APC because the era of voting people based on political party is gone”.

On Agriculture Research Council of Nigeria bill, he sponsored for the establishment of college of fisheries and Acquatic science, Umaisha, in Toto Local government area, Wadada disclosed that the bill has passed second reading at the Senate and that public hearing wound be organized immediately the Senate reconvene from the Sallah recess.

The lawmaker, commended the federal government for fighting corruption and initiating major reforms in different sectors, urging the government to reconsider the plights of Nigerian workers by paying a reasonable amount of one hundred and fifty thousand (150,000) naira as minimum wage considering the hardship faced by workers.

He congratulated Muslims for this years celebration of Eid-el Kabir, urging them to live in harmony with one another for development to thrive.

In a usual Durban celebration by the Keffi emirate, Senator Ahmed Aliyu Wadada and the emir of Keffi, Shehu Chindo Yamusa, alongside traditional title holders, took a procession to major streets in Keffi town to include, Total round about down to Mobil and Rainoil roundabout, Makwala junction, Kadarko and terminated at the emir’s palace.

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