29th October, 2018
By Yunusa Abdullahi
Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla has reiterated his administration commitment in ensuring peaceful coexistence been maintained in Adamawa state.
The Governor was speaking when he granted in audience the Igbo communities separately led by their leaders the Eze Indi- Igbo of Adamawa state Chief S O Ebis and Chief Fidelis Umeh whi paid him a solidarity visit at Government House Yola recently.
While appreciating the contributions of the Igbo Community in the state, the Governor said that Igbo Community have contributed immensely towards the development of the state, pointing out that the Igbos also contributed alot in the areas of commercial activities and economic development of Adamawa state.
He then thanked Igbo Community for their visit and assured that government will continue to ensure that lives and properties of its citizens are being maintained and protected all times, stressing that his administration is for everybody irrespective of ethnicity or Tribal inclinations.
Earlier, the leaders of the Igbo communities residing in Adamawa state ,the Eze Indi -Igbo Chief S.O Ebis and Chief Fidelis Umeh have told the Governor that they were at Government House Yola to thanked him and show their solidarity and support to the present administration under Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla.
They also commended the Governor for his giant strides by providing roads infrastructure and other social amenities to the people of Adamawa state as well as extend their gratitude over the recent victory of the Governor during the just concluded APC Governorship primaries in the state.
The Igbo leaders also appreciated the Governor for appointing Two of them as Special Adviser and Special Assistant to the Governor into his government, assuring that the Igbo people will continue to respect the Traditional institutions in the state.
They however assured the Governor that all the Igbo votes are for Governor Bindow and will continue to support him comes 2019 general election and no shaking.
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