NGO applauds Gov Sule’s policies on small businesses

By Francis Nansak

Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, has been commended to introducing policies that encourage entrepreneurial development in the State.

The Shop Manager of a natural herbal supplement producer, Mr Abubakar Galadima, said that the coming of the governor’s private sector background would boost the economy of the state because of its focus on creating the enabling environment for investors in the state.

He made the statement on Saturday at the meeting of BF Sums, in Lafia, the state capital.

According to him, Bright Future Supreme Unique Manufacturers of America (BFSUMA) is focus on both Empowerment and Health enrichment of any society across the world.

Mr. Galadima, however, stated that: “The administration of Abdullahi Sule has investor- friendly policies which has helped in encouraging those who are determined and willing for genuine investment to thrive.

He said the idea of establishing the business in Nasarawa state was hinged on the ground of eradicating poverty and health challenges among citizens.

This, according to him, is also capable of boosting their socio economic well-being through the products of BFSUMA.

Also, a senior leader, Mr Dauda Umbugadu, said BFSUMA is a Hong Kong based company with extension at Los Angeles.

“So introducing the aspect of supplements was targeted at helping people to build their immune system, especially at this period that the world is fighting the COVID-19. Supplement are more of foods, which are needed to build humanity immune system to fight against diseases,” he said.

Written by ExpressDay


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