The Multi million Naira abandoned Mubi burnt bricks has been re-activated by the present administration under Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla.
The Honourable Commissioner ministry of Commerce and Industries Alhaji Umaru Iya Daware disclosed this to Journalists at the ministerial media parley organised by the state ministry of Information Yola.
The Commissioner revealed that presently, Mubi burnt bricks has been re-socitated to run out PPP Programmes, and Board of Directors would be inaugurated to check out the activities of the company for proper management.
The Commissioner also explained that feasibility studies on all the solid minerals has reached an advanced stage and called on prospective investors to come to and invest in the state ; according to the him, the collection method of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) would be enhance through the introduction of e-Revenue collection by the his ministry, adding that a monitoring unit has already been established in order to check the activities of revenue collectors so as to increase government revenue.
"Collaborate with Bank of Industries to support small scale industries and enhance commercial activities in the state have been established, stressing that a micro finance Banks will be establish in all the Twenty -One Local government areas." He said He however explained that his Ministry would open discussion with the Bank of Infrastructure to support Adamawa state Government in rebuilding the burnt markets in the state.
On the Guyuk Cement factory, the Honourable Commissioner explained that an agreement has been reached with Dangote Group of companies for the actualization of the cement factory for the overall benefit of the people of Adamawa state. He pointed out that some investors intent to establish a Solar power plant in the state to produce electricity power supply to the entire people of Adamawa state
BY: Yunusa Abdullahi
Information officer Government House Yola