Nasarawa State Government says it remains committed to investors who are willing to do business in the state to fast track large investments and development of the state.
Governor Abdullahi Sule said this during the joint venture agreement between three companies in the state on cassava, agro commodities and recreational mall to be run on public private partnership bases in Lafia the state capital.
The signing of agreement for the three joint venture agriculture and retail projects when fully implemented will create over 300 jobs at the first stage and boost agricultural productions in the state.
Sule said Nasarawa state is in a hurry to develop and can not wait for investors to grab the opportunities in the state, as the state is currently rated the second largest in yam production and third in cassava production in Nigeria
The joint venture agreement is a multi billon naira project on both short and long term bases.