FG to establish Gold refineries in some States – Abubakar Gomna

Tunde Bolaji – Minna

The Federal government has concluded arrangement to established Gold Refineries in some part of the country including Niger state.

This was disclosed by the chairman of Bosso local government area of Niger state, Arch. Abubakar Suleiman Gomna while fielding question from newsmen in Minna, the state capital.

He said towards improving its internally general revenue base, the council has invited sold minerals investors to harness the large Gold deposit across the local government area of the state.
Architect Abubakar Gonna stated that the local government and the state have been losing a lot of revenue as a result of the activities of illegal miners across the council area.

He assured that his administration will also sensitize the communities on modern techniques of gold mining.

The Council Boss therefore reiterated the resolved commitments of the local government in partnering with security agencies in curtailing the menace of bandits in the council area.

As part of the efforts to increase its revenue base, he said an Ultra Modern market was recently commissioned by the council.

According to him the project was one of his campaign promises fulfilled as to increase revenue drive assuring to make a different as a professional architect.

Gomna noted that naming the market after the late first Gbagyi man to obtained Doctorate Degree and in Harvard University USA, was a highly honest, intelligent, sincere patriotic and trustworthy person who leaved a moderate life deserved to be emulated in all spheres of life.

He added that late Dr. Yahaya Abubakar Bawa Bosso proffers a lit of ideas of peace, progress and development for Bosso Kingdom that can not be easily forgotten and reserve to be remembered hence the need to name the newly constructed modern market after him.

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