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The Presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bola Tinubu, has said he would develop the mining sector across the country, if elected president come 2023.

He stated this at a town hall meeting on Mining ad Security in Lafia on Thursday.


Tinibu said he would prioritise the resuscitation of the nation’s economy through the development of the solid mineral sector, stating that the nation is richly blessed and can cater for itself.

He said he has what its takes to develop the mining sector across the country if elected the president of the country in 2023.


“We have the capacity, knowledge, intelligence to take this country  to the promise land. I will eliminate poverty and I will break the shackle of poverty, we know how to do it. I am a promise keeper,” he said.

Tinubu also promised to dismantle all bottlenecks that does not generate to income posterity in the county.


He therefore, appreciated the Nasarawa state governor Abdullahi Sule for giving him the opportunity to share his vision.

On his part, governor Sule said the state was well blessed with mineral resources, and that if properly harnessed will create jobs, improve revenue and standard of living of the people of the state.


He thanked Tinubu for his visit while calling on the people of the state to vote him in 2023 general election.

The APC national chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu,


charged Tinubu to get ready to lead Nigeria to the promised land.

He re-echoed the position of President Muhammadu Buhari that all indicators and indications point to the fact that the APC Presidential candidate is the next President of Nigeria.


Chairman committee on solid minerals Senator Umaru Tanko Al-Makura called for unbundling of the mining sector in order to give every Nigerian right to participate.

Governor Lalong of Plateau state who doubles as the Director-General  campaign for Tinubu said Nasarawa is the home of huge solid mineral deposits that have remained untapped with attendant insecurity caused by illegal miners promising that Tinubu as next President of Nigeria would squarely address it during his tenure.