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By Yusuf Umar

 Deputy Governor, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta has said more policies and programs for the growth and development of women are in the offing. She was speaking at her office while granting an audience to the Wives of the Chairmen today.

Receiving the Chairmen Wives from the 21 local government areas, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta expressed happiness to interact with her fellow women.

The deputy Governor urged them not to hesitate to pray for their leaders and the well-being as well as growth of Adamawa State.

She expressed confidence in governor Fintiri's led administration, saying she is always ready to involve women in all angles for the needed change and development.

Professor Farauta used the avenue to appreciate women for their support and solidarity before, during and after the 2023 poll, emphasizing that their role in peace building and the development of Adamawa cannot be overemphasized.

She challenged them to shun individual interest, rather work in unity and stand by their husbands for the growth of their various domain.

The chairmen wives forum led by Maryam Koji had earlier said their visit is to congratulate and celebrate the deputy governor and the fresh air administration on their resounding victory at the poll despite all odds.

For them, the choice of Prof Kaletapwa to occupy the number two seat by governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri gives the female gender a sense of belonging.

They informed the first female deputy governor in Adamawa and the Northeastern Nigeria that the good intentions of the present administration towards rebranding Adamawa is glaring, hence their trust, confidence, loyalty and support.

The forum emphasized that as people of good will, they will continue to contribute their quota for the success of the administration, as governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri remains focused towards consolidating on the gains already recorded which are in line with his administrations mantra of  "Nobody is left behind, and nothing is left untouched".

Earlier,  the Deputy Governor also received the Network of Civil society of Nigeria who were in her office on the same mission.

Led by Isaac Peter Vandi, the forum congratulated the deputy governor on their success at the polls after which they presented a gift to her

Responding, the deputy governor professor Kaletapwa Farauta expressed gratitude, describing NGO's and CSO's as not political as they are meant to ensure government policies and programs are implemented for the benefits of the masses.

She advised them to remain apolitical and push for good governance for the betterment of all.

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