Revitalizing Adamawa’s Burnt Brick Industry: A Call to Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri

As a political analyst deeply concerned about the economic development and job creation prospects in Adamawa State, I am compelled to address the pressing issue of revitalizing the state’s burnt brick industry. The recent visit to Jimeta Ultra Modern Market served as a stark reminder of the untapped potential and abandoned resources within our state.

Former Governor Boni Haruna’s investment of 8.5 billion naira in the construction of the market using burnt bricks from Mubi highlighted the viability of this sector. However, it is disheartening to note that successive administrations have neglected the Mubi burnt brick production facility for over 15 years, resulting in lost opportunities for economic growth and job creation.

The revitalization of the state’s burnt brick company holds immense promise for Adamawa’s economy and its people. Not only will it create much-needed employment opportunities, with projections suggesting up to 120,000 new jobs, but it will also harness both skilled and unskilled manpower within the state.

Furthermore, the resurgence of the burnt brick industry will contribute significantly to the state’s Internally Generated Revenue (IGR), providing a sustainable source of income for the government to fund essential services and development projects.

Therefore, I call upon Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri to prioritize the revitalization of the burnt brick company as a key component of his administration’s economic agenda. By investing in this neglected sector, Governor Fintiri has the opportunity to stimulate economic growth, alleviate poverty, and empower the people of Adamawa State.

It is my fervent hope that Governor Fintiri will heed this call and take decisive action to breathe new life into the burnt brick industry, unlocking its potential to transform the fortunes of our beloved state.

Daniel Tabiyatiya
Writes from Dzegumi Hills

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