Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has appreciated the Christian community for their support and prayers which has continued to sustain peace, unity and harmony in the state.
He spoke through his Deputy, Chief Crowther Seth at the Royalty sunday service held at the Government House Chapel Yola.
While conveying greetings through his amiable Deputy, at the special service Organized by the Government House Chapel in honour of the royal fathers, the projects Master, Governor Ahamadu Umaru Fintiri recognized the efforts of Christendom in Adamawa towards sustaining peace and harmony.
The number one citizen reiterated the Fresh Air Government's support to the royal fathers for their contributions in peace building and development of the state.
Having reminded the faithful that the present administration is chosen to lead the entire people of Adamawa devoid of sentiment, the Governor reassured his commitment to pursue peace, unity and development in the State without any contradiction.
For the Xhaplain Government House Chapel Yola, Venerable Yunusa Habila Tula, the day was dedicated to celebrate the traditional rulers, and pray for God's protection upon them, as well as to ask God to prosper their kingdoms with abundant blessings and peace.
Speaking on behalf of the traditional rulers, the Hama Bata, Alhamdu Gladstone Teneke thanked the Chapel for honouring them, and prayed God to continue to strengthen the bond of unity among Christian denominations.
He promised to partner with the chapel and the Government in all their doing, adding that as royal fathers, they will continue to pursue peace and unity in their domain.
In a sermon tagged "A king with a difference", Bishop Joseph Tonmwaso advised on the need for all see their position as a call from God to serve their subjects, emphasizing that they should do everything in accordance with the will and purpose of God in their lives.
In attendance is Kwandinunguraya Kuruhaye Dishon Dansanda II, Hama Bata Alhamdu Gladstone Teneke, representative of Hamma Bachama, Chief of staff to the governor professor Maxwell Gidado, head of service Dr. Edgar Amos among other top government officials.