Lai Mohammed begs to partner in harnessing economic potentials of Nasarawa

By David Okpashi

The management of Bruit Costaud on Tuesday called on the Nasarawa state government to open its economic potentials window for the company to effectively participate in harnessing the potentials that abound in the state.

Managing Partner of Bruit Costaud and the former minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed stated this in Lafia during a visit to the state governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule in Government House.

The former minister said Bruit Costaud was in the state to seek partnership in the promotion and marketing of the economic potentials of the state to investors across the world.

While describing Bruit Costaud as a premier advisory firm specializing in navigating policy landscapes across Africa, outlined the diverse services offered by the firm to include strategic communications, commercial diplomacy, dispute resolution, geopolitical intelligence, stakeholder mapping, legislative affairs, and executive training amongst others.

The immediate past minister of information assured the governor that if given the opportunity, Bruit Costaud will launch the state to the global world above competing with the state’s existing structures in place.

Lai explained that the development of a comprehensive communications strategy to amplify the projects and policies of Nasarawa State through social media and testimony series in the form of brief sectoral

According to the former minister, the strategy will target specific audiences and communication channels to effectively promote Nasarawa’s natural resources and investment opportunities.

Responding, Governor Abdullahi Sule thanked the former minister and promised to partner Bruit Costaud but lamented the recent allegation of theft of $40million from his bedroom, and described it as fake news.

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The visit of the minister which went into closed door was said to have discussed crucial areas of exploration between the state government and the Bruit Costaud amongst other issues.

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