Alhaji Inuwa Yahaya, the governor candidate under the platform of the All-Progressive Congress (APC) in Gombe, promised to revive the development of agriculture and human capital if he was appointed to the post in 2019.
Yakhaya, who gave this promise in an interview with journalists in Gombe, said on Sunday that agriculture will stimulate the economy and reduce dependence on the distribution of the federation.
"We must focus on the development of human capital and agriculture, being an agrarian state, to bring the state to a higher level.
"Agriculture is the backbone of an economy where 85 percent of our people are farmers, so we need to focus on farmers.
"We also need to focus on agricultural production to increase productivity so that it can generate industrial development.
"Subsequently, we can start other business operations that can force people to invest in the private sector, and not completely depend on the government," he said.
According to him, he is committed to the development of the state, with special attention to the empowerment of women, youth, education and education.
Yakhaya said that the BTR is ready to assume power from the People's Democratic Party (NDP) and called on other candidates to support the party leader for the success of the party at all levels.
The Nigerian Information Agency (NAN) reports that the graduate student on Saturday presented 15 machines for party chairmen, including zonal presidents in 11 provinces of local self-government.
He also gave motorcyclists 11 secretaries and 114 chairmen during the inauguration of the APC square named after General Muhammad Bukhari.