Jigawa State Collaborates with Private Firm to Establish 3 LPG Bottling Plants, Empower Youth

In a strategic move to promote industrialization and youth empowerment, the Jigawa State Government has partnered with a private company, ARGEMEERING Services Limited, to establish three liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) bottling plants across the state.

This partnership was formalized during a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony held at the Government House in Dutse, presided over by Governor Mallam Umar Namadi.

Speaking at the signing event, Governor Namadi emphasized the strategic importance of this initiative, stating that the MOU will see to the establishment of an LPG bottling plant in each of the Senatorial Districts across the state.

“The establishment of this LPG will generate employment and help protect our environment by reducing the use of firewood. With the signing of this MOU, we are signing for the employment of our youth, and we are also signing a commitment for the protection of our environment,” he said.

“These two objectives are very important and part and parcel of our 12-point agenda blueprint. I want to assure you that this partnership is going to be a beneficial partnership.”

Earlier in his remarks, the Chief Executive Officer of Argemeering Services Limited, Alhaji Bashir Mukhtar, said Argemeering is a company with extensive experience in the LPG industry and is set to play a crucial role in this initiative, highlighting the company's dedication to the terms of the MOU.

"We have extensive experience as an LPG company. The main purpose of the scheme is empowerment; we are poised to empower the citizens of the state. We will deliver within the timeline."

He promised that his company would implement all the terms specified in the partnership and also urged the state government to fulfill its side of the agreement, noting the commitment to training 1,000 youths each year under the MOU.

“Insha Allah, we promise that within each and every year we are going to train and provide direct employment to about 1,000 youth. Then, indirect employment could range from 2,000 to 3,000, depending on how they plan to employ their own workers at their respective locations.

This project aligns with one of Governor Namadi’s administration’s 12-point agendas, specifically focusing on the industrialization of Jigawa State. The initiative is expected to create job opportunities, promote environmental sustainability, and enhance the state's economic growth.

In addition to the LPG bottling plants, the Jigawa State Government has signed another MOU with OMAC Nigeria Limited. This agreement entails providing the state with 50 megawatts of solar power, furthering the administration's commitment to sustainable development and improving the quality of life for its citizens.

Hamisu Mohammed Gumel,
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Jigawa State.

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