10th Senate: What Senator Abdulaziz Yari Is Bringing To The Table.|Abuja Network News

By Mohammed Bello Doka. 
As the contest for the 10th Senate continues to hit up with competing Senators from both sides continue to showcase their plans for Nigeria and Nigerians, Senator Abdulaziz Yari Shetimma Mafara has made a huge revelation with regard to what he's bring to the table for Nigeria and Nigerians. 

The administration of the 10th Senate under Senator (Dr.) Abdul 'Aziz Abubakar Yari proposes to look at legislation that will drive, aggressively, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) as a nucleus to drive the country's economy. 

A PPP-backed economy with international partnerships will address the infrastructure deficit the country currently faces. With concerted efforts on developing infrastructure, it will bring more job creations with a multiplier effect on the country's Gross Domestic Product – GDP and development.

The Senate, led by Senator (Dr.) Yari will seek to work hand in hand with the Executive Arm with a view to strengthening Nigeria's partnership with foreign investors to drive massive Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) into the country. With more FDIs, more job opportunities and more growth and development. Senator (Dr.) Abdul 'Aziz Abubakar Yari is determined to make a difference against all odds. 

Senator Yari is not a newbie in the system, beside being a former member and a former Governor, Yari has also demonstrated his capacity as a party leader and stalwart Senator Yari has demonstrated his leadership acumen in helping to boost the people's self-dependence, welfare, and job creation through PPP. 

From his early days in governance, Yari has understood the need for public private partnership in job creation and economic development of a state. As senate President he will surely see to it that people's oriented legislations were made that will encourage trade, partnership, agriculture among other indexes that will boost the welfare of the people. 

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