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By Barnabas Augustine

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has on Wednesday, received Government Officials who paid him Sallah Homage at the Government House Yola.

The delegation led by the Deputy Governor Professor Kaletapwa George Farauta comprises of both political appointees of Secretary to the State Government Barr. Awwal Dahiru Tukur, Chief of Staff Dr Edgar Amos, State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Barr. Afraimu Jingi and Permanent Secretaries.

Governor Fintiri who thanked the Government Officials for the Sallah Homage assured that his Government is back for the second term to see that Adamawa project is achieved.
He described the Permanent Secretaries as key to the implementation of government policies, assuring that his administration will do better as he has started assembling another set of his cabinet who will accualize his targeted goals of development.

The Governor disclosed that in his new cabinet he will appoint mostly energetic young people who are knowledgeable while assuring that his Government will never be sentimental or display any form of favouritism in appointing people in his government.

Governor Fintiri reiterated that anybody that will work with him should stand form as his last four years in office will be better with a lot of developmental projects..

Earlier speaking, the leader of the Government Officials delegation , the Deputy Governor of Adamawa State, Prof. Kaletapwa George Farauta said that they were at Government House to felicitate with Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri on the occasion of Eid-El-Kabir celebration.

Professor Kaletapwa stated that they will always stand by the Governor to ensure that he has not fail in his responsibility.
Stressing that they will ensure Adamawa State is united without prejudice as they will work tirelessly to ensure that.

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