By: Yusuf Umar
Adamawa State Government has expressed commitment and readiness to work with religious bodies in the state in order to achieve the much needed peaceful coexistence among it's citizens
The Deputy Governor disclosed this while receiving a delegation of the Adamawa State Muslims Council today in State Government House, Yola. Chief Crowther Seth who represented Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri described the visit as a sign of peace and unity urging them to continue in that manner
He also appealed to them to always pray for Governor AUF in other for him to succeed in providing dividends of democracy to the citizenry as encapsulated in his 11 points Agenda to the people
The State Chairman, Adamawa State Muslims Councils, Mallam Gambo Jika said their visit to Government house is to introduced their Executive Members and to also appreciated the good works done by Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri in the fight against insecurity in the state
Mallam Jika applauded the cooperation, understanding and leadership style of the current administration more especially in the area of taking the right steps in protecting lives and property in various communities across the state
The Adamawa State leader of the Muslim Council appreciated the developmental projects and programs initiated across the state by the Fintiri Led administration.
Mallam Gambo Jika also appreciated the deputy Governor's routine visit to churches in various communities thanking them for voting Fintiri into office. He also thanked the Deputy Governor for promising to replicate the same gesture to Muslims in the state.
Prayers where offered by Imams for the reign of peace in Adamawa State.