Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla made the call when the community from Shelleng area led by the new Amna of Shelleng His Royal Highness Alhaji Abdullahi Isa Daso paid him a thank you visit at Government House Yola.
Governor Jibrilla described Shelleng local government area as his second home and assured the community of government readiness to provid dividends of Democracy to the electorates as promised during his electioneering campaigns.
The Governor also called on the people of Shelleng to Tolerate one another, pointing out that people of Shelleng have been known for living in peace and harmony.
Earlier in his remarks the New Amna of Shelleng His Royal Highness Alhaji Abdullahi Isa Daso said the delegation were at Government House Yola to thanked the Governor for approving the appointment of the New Amna Shelleng and for his giant strides in developing their area especially the construction of Kiri - Shelleng road which was neglected by the successive administrations.
The New Amna also appealed to the Governor to rehabilitate the Shelleng cottage Hospital and Amna's palace; the Royal father assured Governor Jibrilla that the people of Shelleng will continue to give the present administration under Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla total loyalty and support for the overall development of the area and Adamawa state in general.
Also in his remarks the Chief of staff government house Alhaji AbdurRahman Abba Jimeta had enumerated some of the remarkable achievements recorded by the present administration under Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla by providing infrastructural development across the state and other social amenities to the people of Adamawa state within shortest period while in office.
Among the delegation of Amna Shelleng includes Senator Ahmed Barata, Member Representing Shelleng in the state House of Assembly, Council Chairman, Emirs of Shani in Borno state His Royal Highness Alhaji Mohammed Nasiru and that of Ibbi in Taraba state His Royal Highness Alhaji Abubakar Salihu,District Heads as well as other stakeholders from the area.
BY Yunusa Abdullahi
Government House, Yola