Beneficiaries of Adamawa State Government appointment have been enjoined to compliment State's effort in improving the plight of their people.
Governor Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla stated this during the distribution of one thousand delivery kits to pregnant women held at Nana Asmau Health Center in Yola South by forum of Special Assistants to the Governor in Yola South.
The Governor, represented by Secretary to the State Government, Doctor Umar Buba Bindir said the gesture will further strength the good intention of the present administration and commended the assistants for the feat.
He called on others to emulate the gesture and described the effort as a collective responsibility that will sell out the Government to the people of the State.
Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Kabiru Mijinyawa, who flagged off the distribution, said the gesture is the initiative of Secretary to the State government, Doctor Bindir, which is yielding positive result.
Director General of Bindow Campaign Organisation, Chief Felix Tangwami, in a remark, said the event is historic and appealed that it should be replicated in other parts of the State.
He said the used opportunity to commend the State House of Assembly for approving the six billion naira for Government to obtain loan for the purpose of settling arrears of workers in the State.
State Chairman of All Progressive Congress, Alhaji Ibrahim Bilal said the appointees have exhibited their love and support to the Bindow led administration and called on others to emulate the act.
Head of Administration in Yola South, Alhaji Sambo Adamu said the Bindow led administration is sensitive to the plight of the common man which is exhibited through the special assistants to the Governor in Yola south.
In his remarks, Chairman of the appointees in Yola South, Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar Turaki said the initiative was to compliment Government's effort and said it will be replicated in other political wards of Yola South.
There were good will messages, contributions and remarks by beneficiaries.
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