BY: Yusuf Umar
This came to fore when the Deputy Governor, Chief Crowther Seth received his Primary schoolmates at his office today.
The reunion of the Class 1 of 1961, Lamurde Primary School SUM was full of nostalgia as the old classmates shared old times jokes and reminisced on their past experiences.
Leading the group, the duo of Mr Alvah Elkanah and Mr Enan Taate informed the Deputy Governor that they were in his office to congratulate and to also thank Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for the gesture bestowed on them by picking their primary school mate to serve in the capacity of his Deputy.
Responding,Deputy Governor Chief Crowther Seth expressed delight and thanked God for sparing the lives of some of them up to this moment. According to him, it was a class of 45 pupils but so far only 20 of them are alive today. He regarded the union as a rare opportunity that deserves God's appreciation, adding that the Union should always promote peace and the spirit of togetherness among themselves.
After thanking his mates, he highlighted the developmental projects being embarked upon by Governor Fintiri and how the Governor is doing everything possible to better the lives of everyone in the state irrespective of age, tribe or creed.