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I Will Re-Introduce Toll Gates Fee In Nasarawa Says Agabi By Rabiu Omaku

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Nasarawa State PDP Governorship Candidate yesterday at a world press Conference in Keffi said he would re-introduce toll gates fee if elected as the State Governor.
The Gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Nasarawa State, Yusuf Agabi has promised to increase the monthly salary of Civil Servants, he stated this during a world press conference held in Keffi.
Agabi said that the addition of extra pay would serve as an encouragement to workers.
In his five point agenda he said if elected he would accord greater premium to Insecurity, Agriculture, Education, Infrastructure and Employment would be the cardinal point of his administration.
Agabi Opined that if elected he would re-introduce Toll Gates fee which would be charged to recoup investment, restructure Mararaba to Provide access roads, develop water distribution network from Keffi to Mararaba, to build alternative routes to decongest.
In the area of security, he said he would build in confidence on the people of the State through true reconciliation, as he said everybody would be involved in the peace building process in the state.
“I do not like the blame game but I do know that there is need to take Nasarawa State to a greater height that was why I offer myself for the service of the state.”
In the area of employment he guaranteed that youths would be encouraged, as he said his government would create a platform to orientate Nasarawa Youths on entrepreneurship, adding that government alone cannot, provide jobs to the teeming youths.

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