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He conveyed the message through his Deputy Chief Crowder Seth at the Mbapur Annual Traditional Festival held in Mbula Kuli community of Demsa Local Government Area.

 At the 2021 Mbapur festival marking the beginning of new farming season, the deputy Governor congratulated Murum Mbula and the entire Mbula community for holding unto their culture.

While advising Mbula sons and daughters to stick to their cultural norms and values, the Deputy Governor reaffirmed the ATM Government's commitment to deliver on their campaign promises.
He highlighted the importance attached to Mbula land because of her economic contributions to Adamawa.

Having advocated for unity and support for the present administration, the deputy Governor informed the Mbula nation that government will not relent on it efforts to providing infrastructure, hence the need for the citizens to reciprocate the gesture by engaging in self help community projects.

The acting Murum Mbula prince Fenny Fwa appreciated the fresh air government for being part of the festival, pledging the unflinching support of Mbula race for the government of the day.

Earlier, the deputy Governor  was at Badim community of Lamurde local government where he attended the 2021 SITU cultural festival and the official presentation of Tsobo Traditional Attire.

At the 2021 SITU cultural festival organized by Tsobo community development association, the deputy Governor on behalf of governor Fintiri discouraged selfish interest, and sue for unity to see to the development of Tsobo tradition and the community in general.

Warning that a house divided against itself is destined to fail, the number two citizen harps on the need for Tsobo community to co-exist peacefully with Indigenes and non-indigenes irrespective of any differences, a panacea for meaningful change and development.

The Deputy Governor  further discouraged politics of bitterness amongst them, even as he charged them to uphold and advance the culture they inherited from their forefathers, reminding Tsobo ethnic nationality that "one's culture is his pride".

The traditional festival aimed at advancing the rich culture of Tsobo people futured the official unvailing of Tsobo Traditional attire and  presentation of gifts.

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