Sani Bello inaugurates Economic Advisory Committee to stimulate Niger economy

Posted by News Express | 12 August 2020 | 727 times

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• Governor Sani Bello

 By GARBA MUHAMMAD, Kaduna

Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, has inaugurated the state's Economic Advisory Committee (EACOM) with the mandate to appraise the State Government's policies and strategies as well as proffer recommendations on how best to improve her revenue profile and reduce reliance on Federal allocation.

A statement on Tuesday by Mary Noel-Berje, Chief Press Secretary to the the Governor, said the inauguration took place at the Government House Minna the state capital.

The 30-man Committee, which is to be headed by Dr Suleiman Ndanusa, is expected to work with the Permanent Secretary,  Economic Affairs, Permanent Secretary ESACON, Director ECD and Director Administration as the Secretariat.

Inaugurating the Committee, Governor Sani Bello said members of the committee were carefully selected among many individuals while enjoining them to make vigorous and thorough submissions that will help direct the government towards making viable implementation process for the economic development of the State.

The Governor who said setting up the committee is critical so as to consolidate on the socio-economic successes made in the present dispensation, also urged the Committee members to use their wealth of knowledge and collective influences to help attract workable investment opportunities to the state to stimulate economic activities with enhanced, coordinated and accelerated job creation as well as poverty reduction strategies.

Other terms of reference for the committee include to advise the State Government on relevant macro-economic and sectoral policies as well as strategies for the attainment of the set goals and objectives of the state; advise the State government on public debt management practices and its debt proposals from time to time.

They are also expected to advise government on development issues affecting Local Government in the state; to consider other matters related to the socio-economic and financial affairs of the state as directed by the Governor from time to time and to provide quarterly report to him on the state economy.

 

 

 


Source: News Express

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