14th December , 2016.
By Yunusa Abdullahi
All the outstanding salary arrears and other emoluments owed by Teachers in Adamawa state would soon be settle by the State Government . Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla who stated this as part of the resolutions taken by the State Executive Council meeting held at Government Secondary School Guyuk, the 4th in series to be presided over by Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla outside the Council Chambers of the Government House Yola .
The Governor explained that the Government Secondary School Guyuk will be giving total renovation and to become a boarding school because his Government has declared a state of emergency on Education sector .
While thanking the Local Government Council , Principal and Teachers of GSS Guyuk for hosting the 22nd EXCO Meeting , the Governor restated the commitment on the state of emergency declared by the Government is not only a statement but will be made reality so that schools in Adamawa State be conducive for Learning.
Also, commenting on the outcome of the EXCO Meeting , the Honourable Commissioner Ministry of Information and Strategy Comrade Ahmad Ibrahim Sajoh said the Councilbhas also discussed and adopted the State Water Policy to provide portable drinking water to the people of Adamawa State .
Sajoh also explained that the EXCO discussed on issues with regards to security where the Governor was commended by the Council by taking a courageous decision after the Bomb blast in Madagali , stressing that the council also discussed on a far reaching decisions to ensure the safety of every citizens of the state. Sajoh called on the people to be security vigilant especially during the period of multiple celebrations such as Christmas, Marriages, Harvest , Thanks giving, Home coming among others so that the disgruntled elements would not spoil the joyful existing peace in the State .
He however, pointed out that the Governor has called on the citizenry to be prayerful for the success of the present administration and the entire people of Adamawa State .