Workers Verification Exercise Yielding Results in Adamawa – Bindow

Adamawa State Governor, Jibrillah Bindow
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From Tom Garba, Yola
The Governor of Adamawa State, Senator Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow said the current verification exercise embarked upon for local government staff in the state “is yielding positive result.”
According to Bindow, as a result of the success stories recorded during the verification, the workers on the payroll of both state and local government areas of the state will receive their arrears from Monday this week.
Governor Bindow stated this while receiving members of Nigerian Polo Federation and former local government chairmen in the state at Government House, Yola.
The governor explained that every public office holder has the moral obligation to ensure that the workers get their due, noting that the state desire to move ahead to compete with states like Taraba and Gombe states as far as development is concern.
While commending the former local government chairmen for their role in his emergence as governor, Bindow assured that government will carry them along in the scheme of things.
He also pledged that government would support polo game for development.
In his remark, spokesman of the former chairmen who was the chairman of Maiha local government, Mallam Jibrilla Mohammed, said the visit was to identify with the Bindow Administration and pledged to give him the maximum support to enable him transform the state.
While commiserating with the governor over the demise of some Adamawa indigenes during this year’s hajj, Mallam Jibrilla said the commencement of road projects was commendable.
Speaking earlier at a separate visit, National President of Nigeria Polo Federation, Alhaji Francis Ibrahim Okoro, said polo was first played in Adamawa in 1945, adding that there are more than 500 players today in the country.
He commended the governor for contributing to polo tournament currently taking place in the state and extended invitation for the governor to attend another tournament slated for October ending in Kaduna State.

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