2015: Mbachiantim Tackles Stakeholders On CivilService, Foreign Investors

Posted: May 27, 2014 in Uncategorized
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One of the several of personalities who are currently presenting themselves to the various shades of opinion across the Nigeria’s Food Basket State, Benue and beyond to succeed incumbent, Governor Gabriel Suswam, Dr. James Mbachiantim has disclosed four priority areas of his government when formed.
BallotHe however evaded a question on ‘salary sacrifice’ by civil servants in the state to solve the problem of primary school teachers but said he would not down size the service and rather make it more productive
Addressing a stakeholders’ forum organized by a group called Benue Integrity Group, BIG at the Kimbis International Hotel in Makurdi, the Benue state capital, the Special Assistant to the Director General of NAFDAC said Agriculture, Health care, and Education and Industrial growth top his agenda for the state.
Mbachiantim prides himself as one of those who have seen it all including firsthand experience of advanced democracy among aspirants in the state and assured the Benue people that he will while leveraging on the achievement of his predecessors “make Benue economically vibrant, politically viable, socially progressive, technologically driven, while taking advantage of the agricultural endowment to generate revenue and employment.”
His project is called renaissance and his policy plan covers the 7 Millennium Development Goals, MDGs to which he includes as a policy to promote value addition to agriculture sector and cottage industry.
BIG according to the president, Clement Tsar has put together the forum to enhance the capacity of electorates in choosing who governs them in 2015.

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