Gov. Matawalle Secures United Nations General Assembly’s Support To Zamfara State
As part of series of activities scheduled for his ongoing official trip to the United States, Zamfara State Governor, His Excellency Hon. Dr. Bello Muhammad (Matawallen Maradun), MON, yesterday held series of top-level meetings at the United Nations headquarters in the New York.
Upon taking the mantle of leadership as the Executive Governor of Zamfara State on the 29th of May 2019, His Excellency Bello Mohammed MoN (Matawallen Maradun), did not waste time in indicating his interest and passion in restoring peace to the state, transforming the economy of the state and creating a conducive atmosphere for investment, business development and partnerships for the state and prospective foreign and local investors. Access Weekly reports.
That is why at the UN Headquarters, Governor Matawalle attended a meeting and interacted with the President of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Ambassador Tijjani Muhammad Bande, where he followed up on different interventions relating to the state and assures UNGA support to Zamfara.
Since 2019 Access Weekly reports Excellency Governor Bello Matawalle has swung into action, setting machineries in motion to enable him achieve his vision, by quickly establishing the Investment and Public Private Partnership Directorate, and appointing a Special Adviser to head the Directorate.
The truth is that the vision and investment ideas of the Governor is yielding the desired fruit as the Investment Directorate has become very busy attracting various investments to the state as well as investing the resources of Zamfara State in profitable Real Estate investments in the Capital City of Nigeria, Abuja and Kaduna, that serves as the Headquarters of Northwestern region.
Zamfara State has joined the league of States like Lagos, Kano, Jigawa, bauchi, Kaduna, Nassarawa and Kwara State, that generate huge internal revenue from their Real Estate Investments in Abuja.
Despite all these, the hardworking Governor of the gold-rich state is not relenting.