If I am re-elected, Adamawa will compete with Lagos, Kaduna, others-Fintri
By Suru Charles
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa state, has again reiterated his willingness to catapult the state to greater heights if given a second chance come 2023.
The governor who stated this yesterday while flagging off his gubernatorial campaign in Yola, the state capital, said he will consolidate on the achievements of his first term if reelected in the 2023 election.
He said, “if I am re-elected in 2023, Adamawa state will compete with Lagos, Kaduna and Rivers state, lashing ourselves to the divisive politics of the past or to those whose rantings show they cannot distinguish between fact and fantasy.”
He appealed to the people especially the eligible voters to throng out en mass and vote for him and the entire candidates on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state, according to him, he will take the state to the highest point of development.
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The governor said that it is only the PDP that can steer Nigeria and Adamawa to fulfil its historic purpose, He said that working together with the leadership of the party, the campaign council, and its teeming supporters, the goal will be achieved.
Also speaking state party’s chairman, Barrister A T. Shehu, called on Nigerians and Adamawa electorate to vote for the PDP ticket which according to him “is the surest way to the prosperity for the country and the state.”
Aligning their weights to that of the chairman, other party stalwarts who mounted the podium to express their views on the forthcoming elections are optimistic that if given a fair level playground by the umpires assigned with the responsibility of conducting the elections, PDP would emerge victorious in the state and the country at large.
They beckoned at eligible voters who are yet to take possession of their Permanent Voters card as a matter of urgency.
Fintiri is among the few governors that are presently seeking re-election in the forthcoming political dispensation slated for next year.
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