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AN INTERVIEW WITH ADAMU GARBA11

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TAM _ can we know in person of Alhaji Adamu Garba?
ADM_ Actually am not Alhaji am just Adamu Garba II, born 36 years tomorrow I will be 36 years in Jimeta Adamawa State, I’m a married man a father of four children the C.E.O of I.P.S Solutions Nigeria Limited and also the presidential aspirant on the coming 2019 election under the flatform of A.P.C.
May be I should discuss about my company I.P.S solutions Nigeria limited is a technology organisation founded in 2008 is one of the best cloud computing company in Sub-Saharan Africa today we service at 9 African countries today with about 13 international recognition is headquarter in Lagos with branch office in Abuja, and I think that’s it. My father’s name is Mallam Garba is an Islamic Scholar, and my mother may God rest her soul she is a petty trader.
TAM_ alright Sir. What motivates you to join politics?
ADM_ I join politics out of the need to see the greatness of my country, we are living in a country where we have a lot of challenges, to some degree I worked extensively between 2004, particularly from 2007 to 2015 to build myself, position myself properly in making sure that we have a better country Nigeria so I work extensively to study different state craft. I studied 144 to 150 countries to understand what they did to succeed and what they did fail, and good to know why Nigeria is failing I am a product of Nigeria. I know that whatever it is you do in Nigeria when the country is not great you cannot relocate it right.
So that is why I felt some amount of the guilt when several ills is happening in the society which we can do something to fix it yet I am sitting on the fence and most of us are sitting on the fence so I was feeling guilty when I see so many people are dying, so many guys are losing their jobs, and we have several people going to the hospital un-attendant to. Especially from me who started from ground zero from an Almajiri boy I grew up through the process why I knew the challenges, so I feel like? Though am comfortable but this is not enough we have to go back and do the best that we can to make sure that we move along together with the society that is why I join politics.
To make sure we make Nigeria one of the greatest countries in the world.

TAM_ alright Sir do you have any personal plan after winning the election?

ADM_ Yes when I win the election, my target is one thing and one thing only which is almost very evident. I want us to change Nigeria from a political entity to an economic entity because I believe the fundamental construction of the country call Nigeria is actually an economically integrated unit.
We are not a political entity when the British handed over the country to us they left a viably standing economic nation, but eventually we now scum come to regional politics you know our founding fathers from the north are doing everything possible to get something from the center and bring to the north, the founding fathers from the east are doing the same thing, from the west are doing the same thing. Nobody really comes together to say we need to build a common nation that is going to make us richer, better, and more prosperous, so now the time since we are shifting from the security defined world order, to supply chain defined world order it is time for us to connect our country to the north of the supply chain world, and that is why I feel like it is very important for Nigeria to be transformed back to its economic entity, its originality that we are even proposing to change the Six (6) geopolitical zones to nine (9) geo-economic zones so that we can have economic activity moving around the country particularly in areas like Kano where is known for being a very strong economic hope and centers for centuries, so there is absolutely no reason why Kano will be waiting for Oil, because it has all the economic potentialities but unfortunately politicians only think about what is coming from Abuja every month. There by in perishing majority of the people that are supposed to be richer so we it is our responsibility to revise that so am going there as an economic actor with the promise of making sure that an average living standard of each and every Nigerian is upgraded at least to above $10 a day so that we can completely liberate ourselves from poverty and our country on the path to progress and prosperity.

TAM_ alright Sir! What plan do you have to take Nigeria to the better level?

ADM_ Those are some of the things I told you we have what is called Nigerian National Grand Strategy NNGS is a 16year plan 2019, 2035 plan that is carefully crafted with a vision of making sure that Nigeria emerged as one of the greatest nations in the world.
By 2045 we will have a new world order that is going to consolidate on the 4th industrial revolution supply chain defined world order, I want Nigeria to be part of the super powers by then. Now we have 5 super powers why can’t Nigeria be the top next super powers so we can only be there when we harness our potentials, we have the populations a very fine demography of our people are young, they are consumers, they need a very strong economy to drive, to consume, to produce. So we need to industrialize the nation we need to make sure that we open door to industrialization we have several policies around the industrialization.
Farm to factory is another policy which aim at whatever we produce in the farm than it will be process there in the farm, we need to pass it through industries to be processed before going to the market, we also have a lot of infrastructure re-jubilation plan that will open all our supply lines in the country so that we can make Kano a market for person in a rarer, in Aba and person in a rarer in Aba also became a market for person in Kano. And then we have river benue, river Niger all of them becoming a connecting nut, where all our good and services passes over. And we open our doors to Tran’s- Saharan trade so that we can reclaim the loss glory in the area of Kano especially a particular market, mai gatari market you know? And there is another market here we have Kurmi, we have Kantin kwari, we have corner singer, Abubakar Rimi market, and especially Dawanau market. You see all those areas are very important economic home that needed to sell to the world and buy from the world, so all those things are what we intend to do and am guarantying you that by the year 2035 there will be no poor Nigeria, and it will be a choice to actually not to work in this country when we go through our plans.
TAM_ alright Sir. We have already satisfied our curiosity but what I want to know is do you mean you are going to wipe away the tears of all Nigerians after winning the election?
ADM_ Absolutely because I know that the biggest problem we face as the 3rd world country is actually poverty we don’t have jobs, people don’t go to good schools, people don’t have good medical care, but they have the resources and the capacity to be able to enjoy all those things and suddenly we are waiting for Oil something that is coming from the ground something we cannot predict, worst something that we don’t determine its price because Oil is an international commodity that you don’t determine its price tomorrow if Saudi Arabia decided to change the price of OIL we suffer we are going back to recession, so we can’t be living in this kind of condition when we have ourselves, when we can produce, when we are waiting for factories. I can give you an example between 1980 to 2007 Kano and Kaduna loss about 175 textiles companies , they ran away because of bad government policies, they ran away because government refuse to give infrastructure, they refused to give electricity, they refused to create policies that will enable industrialization doctrine. Do you know where this countries ended? They move back to china, today in china we have 16 companies that are dedicated to made in Nigeria product

 I WILL RETIRE BUHARI 2019……………………………………….GARBA

TAM _ We would like to know who is Alhaji Adamu Garba?
ADM_ Actually am not Alhaji am just Adamu Garba II, born 36 years, tomorrow I will be 36 in Jimeta Adamawa State, I’m a married man a father of four children the C.E.O of I.P.S Solutions Nigeria Limited and also the presidential aspirant on the coming 2019 election under the platform of A.P.C.
May be I should discuss about my company I.P.S solutions Nigeria limited is a technology organisation founded in 2008. Is one of the best cloud computing company in Sub-Saharan Africa today we service at 9 African countries today with about 13 international recognition it’s headquarter in Lagos with branch office in Abuja, and I think that’s it. My father’s name is Mallam Garba an Islamic Scholar, and my mother may God rest her soul she is a petty trader.
TAM_ Sir. What motivates you to join politics?

ADM_ I join politics out of the need to see the greatness of my country, we are living in a country where we have a lot of challenges, to some degree I worked particularly from 2007 to 2015 to build myself, position myself properly in making sure that we have a better country Nigeria. So, I work extensively to study different state craft. I studied 144 to 150 countries to understand what they did to succeed and what they did fail, and good to know why Nigeria is failing I am a product of Nigeria. I know that whatever you do in Nigeria when the country is not great you cannot relocate it right.
So, that is why I felt some amount of guilt when several ills happening in the society which we can do something to fix it, yet I am sitting on the fence and most of us are sitting on the fence. So I was feeling guilty when I see so many people are dying, so many guys are losing their jobs, and we have several people going to the hospital un-attended to. Especially from me who started from ground zero from an Almajiri boy, I grew up through the process why I knew the challenges, so I feel like I am not comfortable but this is not enough we have to go back and do the best that we can to make sure that we move along together with the society, To make sure we make Nigeria one of the greatest countries in the world, that is why I join politics

TAM_ Sir do you have any plan after winning the election?

ADM_ Yes when I win the election, my target is one thing and one thing only which is almost very evident. I want us to change Nigeria from a political entity to an economic entity because I believe the fundamental construction of the country called Nigeria is actually an economically integrated unit.
We are not a political entity when the British handed over the country to us they left a viably standing economic nation, but eventually we now scum to regional politics you know our founding fathers from the north are doing everything possible to get something from the center and bring to the north, the founding fathers from the east are doing the same thing, from the west are doing the same thing, from the south are doing the same thing. Nobody really comes together to say we need to build a common nation that is going to make us richer, better, and more prosperous, so now is the time we are going to shift it from the security defined world order, to supply chain defined world order. So it is time for us to connect our country to the supply chain world, and that is why I feel like it is very important for Nigeria to be transformed back to its economic entity, its originality that we are even proposing to change the Six (6) geopolitical zones to nine (9) geo-economic zones so that we can have economic activity moving around the country particularly in areas like Kano where is known for being a very strong economic home and centers for centuries. There is absolutely no reason why Kano will be waiting for Oil, because it has all the economic potentialities but unfortunately politicians only think about what is coming from Abuja every month. There by in perishing majority of the people that are supposed to be richer so it is our responsibility to revise that. So am going there as an economic actor with the promise of making sure that an average living standard of each and every Nigerian is upgraded to atleast above $10 a day so that we can completely liberate ourself from poverty and our country on the path to progress and prosperity.

TAM_ Sir! What plan do you have to take Nigeria to the better Stage?

ADM_ Those are some of the things I told you we have what is called Nigerian National Grand Strategy NNGS is a 16year plan, from 2019 to 2035 that will be carefully crafted with a vision of making sure that Nigeria is emerged as one of the greatest nations in the world.
By 2045 we will have a new world order that is going to consolidate on the 4th industrial revolution supply chain defined world order, I want Nigeria to be part of the super powers by then. Now we have 5 super powers why can’t Nigeria be the next super power, so we can only be there when we harness our potentials, we have the populations a very fine demography our people are young, they are consumers, they need a very strong economy to drive, to consume, to produce. So we need to industrialize the nation, there is need to make sure that we open door to industrialization, we have several policies around the industrialization.
Farm to factory is another policy where whatever we process from the farm we need to pass it to industries to be processed before going to the market, we also have a lot of infrastructure re-jubilation plan that will open all our supply lines in the country so that we can make Kano a market for person in a rarer. And then we have river benue, river Niger all of them becoming a connecting nut, where all our good and services passes over. And we open our doors to Tran-Saharan trade so that we can reclaim the loss glory in the area of Kano especially a particular market, mai gatari market, Kurmi, we have Kantin kwari, we have corner singer, Abubakar Rimi market, and especially Dawanau market. You see all those areas are very important economic home that needed to sell to the world and buy from the world, so all those things are what we intend to do and am guarantying you that by the year 2035 there will be no poor Nigeria, and it will be a choice to actually not to work in this country when we go through our plans.
TAM_Sir. We have already satisfied our curiosity but what I want to know is do you mean you are going to wipe away the tears of all Nigerians after winning the election?
ADM_ Absolutely because I know that the biggest problem we face as the 3rd world country is actually poverty we don’t have jobs, people don’t go to good schools, people don’t have good medical care, but they have the resources and the capacity to be able to enjoy all those things and suddenly we are waiting for Oil something that is coming from the ground something we cannot predict, worst something that we don’t determine its price because Oil is an international commodity that you don’t determine its price tomorrow if Saudi Arabia decided to change the price of OIL we suffer we go back to recession, so we can’t be living in this kind of condition when we have ourselves, when we can produce, when we are waiting for factories. I can give you an example between 1980 to 2007 Kano and Kaduna loss about 175 textiles companies, they ran away because of bad government policies, they ran away because government refuse to give infrastructure, they refused to give electricity, they refused to create policies that will enable industrialization doctrine. Do you know where this country ended? They move back to china, today in china we have 16 companies that are dedicated to made in Nigeria product, most of textiles we buy In this country are made in china exported to us made in Nigeria but from china the super hollandaise that women used to buy started here in kantin kwari then when it is produce in kantin kwari it has higher value than when it is produce in Manchester, now it is being produce in Netherlands imported to Nigeria at fourthy thousand, fifty thousand and we buy. why can’t the factory be here, if factories are not in your country you will never have job because they are factories that employ people. but in our own case we pack raw materials and give it to those countries they will give themselves jobs, and bring the finished product for us to buy so we are just sitting in our houses and using our money to buy things so if we do not have money to buy what do we do? we hate each other blame each other and we started killing ourselves, that is what is happening. We start drinking, smoking, we become confused and that is what is happening so we need to reverse that and that is actually my singular mission.
TAM_ Thank you Sir.

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