The Yobe State Government has extended a warm invitation to both local and global investors, urging them to seize the opportunity to invest in the state.

Emphasizing that the era of insecurity has come to an end, the government is confident in assuring the safety and conducive environment for business operations.

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During a press conference held in Damaturu to commemorate Governor Mai Mala Buni’s five-year administration, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Baba Malam Wali, proudly stated that Yobe State now stands as one of the safest states in the country, surpassing the security levels of the other 35 states.

Wali confidently declared, “Under the leadership of Governor Mai Mala Buni, investors are welcome to explore the abundant economic potential that Yobe State has to offer.”

He highlighted the significant progress made in enhancing security and creating a favorable business climate.

The SSG acknowledged that the incessant attacks by Boko Haram between 2013 and 2023 are now a thing of the past.

He emphasized that numerous facilities have been established to boost economic activities, creating an environment conducive to business growth and development.

Wali pointed out that previously inaccessible communities due to terrorist threats in Gulani and Gujba local government areas (LGAs) are now safe.

He emphasized that those displaced by insurgency have returned and resettled with dignity, thanks to the unwavering support of the state government and other development partners.

“With the firm commitment of the state government, combined with the support of the federal government, military, security agencies, vigilante groups, and other stakeholders, Yobe State now enjoys a peaceful atmosphere for business operations, graciously restored by the grace of God,” Wali declared.

The SSG further reassured prospective investors that normalcy has been restored in the areas most affected by insurgency, including the border communities of Geidam, Yusufari, Yunusari, and Nguru LGAs.

He highlighted the successful completion of the reconstruction, resettlement, and rehabilitation (RRR) efforts, with people’s livelihoods fully restored.

Wali proudly shared the progress made, stating, “The Buni/Yadi community has been developed, and the ongoing development of Malamdunari is progressing satisfactorily.” He firmly asserted that insurgency has become a thing of the past in Yobe State.

He concluded by affirming that there is no reason for any potential investor to fear attacks or worry about returns on investment.

Throughout the state, people can now freely pursue their legitimate goals without any hindrance, signifying the return of peace and stability.

The Yobe State Government’s invitation serves as a testament to the state’s commitment to fostering a secure and thriving business environment, providing ample opportunities for investors to contribute to the state’s economic growth and development.