Earlier on Thursday, Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya received in the audience, His Excellency, Yanko Yordanov, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Bulgaria to Nigeria.
According to a press release on Friday, 1st December 2022 signed by the Director-General (Press Affairs) Gombe Government House, Ismaila Uba Misilli, said that the Envoy, in the company of other Bulgarian diplomats, held talks with Governor Inuwa at the Gombe Governor’s lodge, Asokoro, Abuja where they exchanged views on ways to ride on the excellent Bulgaria-Nigeria bilateral ties to explore areas of mutual interest in trade, industry, agriculture among others in Gombe State.
Governor Inuwa has been basking on Gombe’s reining position as the number one in the ease of doing business in Nigeria to woo investors and partners to take advantage of the conducive environment, incentives, facilities, and opportunities provided by his administration to drive sustainable development.
Recall that recently, Governor Inuwa hosted the maiden Gombe Investment Summit, tagged ‘GoInvest 2022’ with the theme: Industrialization, the pathway to Innovation, Transformation and Development of Gombe State,” where he reeled out numerous economic potentials of the state.
The Governor was quoted as saying, during the summit, that ” our position is boosted by Gombe’s strategic location at the center of the north-east subregion and proximity to neighbouring countries around the Lake Chad basin, enterprising and peace-loving population, unity in diversity, comparative advantage in agriculture, commerce, and abundance of natural resource like limestone, gypsum, uranium, coal, crude oil, kaolin, etc. Gombe also boasts of great potential in irrigation and hydropower generation through the Dadin Kowa, Balanga, and Cham dams”.
Gombe is open for business.