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Gov Sule signs 2 executive orders, woos investors

The Nasarawa State governor, Abdullahi Sule, has signed 2 Executive Orders and 1 Regulation aiming at strengthening the Nasarawa State Investment and Development Agency (NASIDA),…

The Nasarawa State governor, Abdullahi Sule, has signed 2 Executive Orders and 1 Regulation aiming at strengthening the Nasarawa State Investment and Development Agency (NASIDA), Law 2020) and improving the Framework for Public-Private Partnership (PPP), across the 13 local government areas of the state.

The governor performed the signing at an emergency Executive Council meeting in Lafia, the state capital.

Daily Trust reports that the Executive Orders are for the adoption of the Framework for Responsible Investment in Land Intensive Agriculture (FRILIA), and the implementation of the Nasarawa Governance Result and Efficiency Mechanism (NGREM).

The governor explained that the executive orders and regulations are anchored on improving governance and delivering results for the economic development of the state.

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According to him, the adoption of FRILIA was to ensure that land acquisition and resettlement for large-scale agribusiness investments are undertaken in line with established international good practices, to ensure long-term economic, social, and environmental benefits, and to guarantee shared benefits between private investors and surrounding communities.

Sule, however, posited that NGREM is targeted at streamlining government processes, promoting transparency, and enhancing efficiency in the delivery of public services by requiring all MDAs to Publish Service Level Agreement (SLA), Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM), and Mandatory Advance Communication rules of upcoming changes for Every MDA.

Earlier, the Managing Director of NASIDA, Ibrahim Abdullahi noted that the Regulation of the NASIDA 2020 Law will improve the framework to encourage collaboration between the public and private sectors, affirming that the Regulation seeks to stimulate economic growth, create job opportunities, and enhance the infrastructural development of the State.

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