The Adamawa State Commissioner of Information has reinstated Government’s commitment to coyllaborates with National dailies in reporting the developmental projects provided as well as the challenges faced by the present administration of Governor Muhammadu Jibrilla in bringing succor to the people of the State.
Comrade Ahmed Sajoh Made the disclosure when he visited Leadership and the Daily Trust Newspapers Headquarters in Abuja today. However, Sajoh said they were in the office of the National dailies to seek partnership and possible ways of moving the state forward.
He described the Leadership and Daily Trust Newspapers as the most reliable dailies in disseminating information to the people of Adamawa state and the country at large. More so, He stressed the need for cordial working relationship with the dailies in managing information for the masses to have trust in governance.
Sajoh has therefore informed the National dailies about the strategic steps taken by the State Government in order to partner with traditional institutions in the state to end insurgency and to provide developmental projects in the state using the indirect rule that was used by the Colonial Masters many years back.
On the other hand, he restated the efforts of the Bindow administration in rehabilitating booster stations of the state own media houses in Mubi, Ganye, and Numan saying the stations will commence a community service transmission so as to touch the lives of their host communities.
While responding, the Managing Director of the Leadership news paper Mr. Mike Opere expressed delight over the visit and had promised to
partner with Adamawa State Government in descminating information about the development in the state.
Similarly, the Commissioner told the management of the Daily Trust Newspapers about the calamities that are causing setbacks in the economic and developmental aspects of governance in the state, which includes insurgency, fire disasters, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) etc.
Both the management of the National dailies expressed satisfaction over the effort of the present administration of President Mohammadu Buhari in ending insurgency that has lingered in the north-eastern states of the country.
In another development, Comrade Ahmad Sajoh therefore had had an Interactive Session with the correspondence of the National dailies on some matters of importance. He informed the reporters about the steps taken by the Adamawa state government in reviving its abandoned mineral resources in the state.
BY: Catherine Philip Jelani & Hyellamada Bernard