Former Vice President ATIKU ABUBAKAR commissions two factories in ADAMAWA

Atiku Abubakar

By Umar Yusuf – Yola

Former Vice President ATIKU ABUBAKAR as a part of her efforts of bringing succour to the strange Nigerians, particularly within the areas of job creation and poverty alleviation  Monday in YOLA commissioned a manufacturing facility woven sack and shrink laminate crops.

This is as well as, to the varied factories established within the state by the previous vice chairman geared in direction of boosting the economic system of the state and offering employment alternatives to the teeming youths of Adamawa state.

Speaking on the ceremony, Alhaji .shehu Atiku Abubakar stated that the woven sacks manufacturing facility is established to function a background technique to offer sacks for Rico Gado Nutrition and to additionally addressed the wants of Adamawa agrarian group and the quite a few factories packaging merchandise with sacks.

He additional defined that the corporate has the capability to supply 9 million sacks yearly stressing that, prior to now Rico Gado one other firm of Atiku is buying all its sacks from Lagos, however at present one hundred pc of the sacks being utilized by Rico Gado is produced by priam group, an umbrella physique of all Atikus firm in Adamawa and past.

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According to him,, the institution of those woven sacks and shrinks crops is consistent with Atiku imaginative and prescient to industrialised  Adamawa state via the constructing of factories, creating employment for the teeming youths of Adamawa and Nigeria as a complete noting that, a brand new Rico Gado feeds manufacturing facility will probably be commissioned in Abuja this 12 months whereas Rice processing plant is within the pipeline.

Shehu famous that the priam group plans to speculate greater than $20 million within the Adamawa state economic system within the subsequent two years including that, these investments will allow priam group to achieve a income goal of 30 billion naira by 2023 and 50 billion by 2025.

On his half,  Gov.Ahmadu Fintiri lauded former vice chairman Atiku Abubakar for establishing one other manufacturing facility within the state amongst many others which is able to present employment alternatives to the individuals of the state and Nigerians.

He assured Atiku of his administration commitments to create enabling surroundings for the corporate to thrive noting that his administration is prepared and prepared to helps the previous president to reach all his endeavours.

Vanguard News Nigeria

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Former Vice President ATIKU ABUBAKAR commissions two factories in ADAMAWA

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