Inusa Targets ₦400bn Annually As IGR If Elected Governor

The gubernatorial candidate of the Accord Party in Nasarawa State, Inusa Mohammed has planned to leverage on the state’s proximity to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), to boost its Internally Generated Revenue (IGR).

Inuwa announced this on Wednesday in Lafia, saying his administration will introduce 9-measures to generate no less than ₦400 billion per annum as IGR if elected as Governor in this year’s elections.
This, he assured will be judiciously expended on the provision of the needed basic amenities for the people.

Inusa planned to unlock the state’s potentials in agriculture. This, he “believe will put Nasarawa among the frontline states” in the country.

Nasarawa according to him has all it takes to be great except the “right leadership” to repositioned the state on the pedestal of sustained development.

“We shall sponsor a bill for the creation of a state marketing board to regulate buying and selling of essential commodities. These will encourage our local farmers to return to farm.

“There shall be rural road network with intend to open up the rural localities to enable easy movement of farm produce.

“My government will be fully involved in creating cottage industries. The local government areas will have one each based on the feasibility,” his policy document reads further.

Inusa, a graduate of the University of Jos, Plateau State said he “hope to see a greater Nasarawa State of unity, development and prosperity.”

He was born at Angwan Tofa, Mada Station in Nasarawa Eggon Local Government Area of the state.
Inuwa attended LEA Primary School Mada Station and Government Secondary School, Riyom for his primary and secondary education.

He had ran for the senatorial seat of Nasarawa North in 2015 on the platform of the Accord Party but lost “due to some contentious issues.”


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