100 Days: Nggilari’s Administration was Unfair To Adamawa – Governor Bindow

Adamawa State Governor, Jibrillah Bindow
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From Tom Garba, Yola
Governor Mohammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow of Adamawa state has chided the past leadership of the state as being unfair to the entire people of Adamawa.
Bindow, who fingered the Nggilari’s regime over the problem of salaries delays, said this was traceable to the huge loans obtained by the last government.
The governor spoke at a world press conference in Yola to mark his 100 days in office.
However, Bindow added: “The past government seriously indebted us but that’s not an excuse not to work for my people; they voted for me because they have confidence in me. I must compliment that by doing what they want me to do with good policies that will affect everyone in the state.”
Bindow also said that “a window of job opportunity will soon open for the people of the state as Yola international Hotel is 95 per cent near completion, a five star hotel that will employ hundreds of youths. The state magnificent stadium is also 95 per cent near completion.”
Bindow took stock of his achievements and rates his few months in office high position, adjudging it to be in the right tract to bring faster infrastructural developments.
While given his score card on roads construction/rehabilitation with Billions of naira released only for infrastructure development, Bindow reminded the people of the good plans he has to revisit the agricultural sector with good policies that will create jobs for the people of the state, especial the youths.
Bindow said: “My background as a business man is an advantage to bring foreign investors to the state. Our state is endowed with many natural potential for any kind of investors to invest.”
He urged the people of the state to be little more patience and give him time as he was tirelessly working round the clock to make Adamawa the most enviable state in Nigeria.

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