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Gov Masari Seeks Belgian Gov’t Support In Security, Agriculture

The Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari is seeking assistance, cooperation, and support from the Belgian Government to critical areas of agriculture and livestock.

The governor stated this on Tuesday when the Belgian Ambassador to Nigeria, Daniel Bertrand paid a courtesy visit to the state, to strengthen the long-existing Bilateral relationship between the two countries.

According to the governor, the backbone of the Katsina economy revolves around agriculture and livestock through which 80 percent of the people in the state are directly employed.

Masari while describing Banditry, kidnapping, and other associated crimes as some of the security issues the state and the region been dealing with explained that 90 percent of all the small arms, light weapons, and ammunition come into the Northwest region of the country come from Niger and Mali.

Earlier in his address, the Belgium Ambassador to Nigeria, Daniel Bertrand explained that is a well-known fact that Nigeria is a small country with many things to offer especially in high tech agriculture, agricultural research, and agricultural production of transform products.

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