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Adamawa: looters won’t return to power in 2019

The Chairman Adamawa youth for change, Alhaji Musa Dasin has challenged those who want to contest against Bindow in 2019 to an integrity test.

Speaking at an interactive session with community leaders and stakeholders at Wurro Jabbe in Adamawa, he said Adamawa electorates would not let treasury looters return to power.

He said: “Those who ruled Adamawa without vision and looted the State treasury in less than three months are the same people boasting that they will displace the APC government and return to office.

“We will wait and see, if they think Adamawa residents are ignorant. They have the guts of declaring their intention to reclaim office.”

The Chairman cautioned the opposition to be ready to respond to questions from Adamawa electorates on how they governed for 8 years and 86days without genuine development.

The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says it will be returning to power in Adamawa State comes 2019 because, in its view, the APC is not doing well.

Dasin said: “Public office holders involved in sharp malpractices would incur the wrath of God. “Those assigned into public positions of trust were mortals, they will transit and appear before their creator to answer for the misdeeds carried out while holding forth the position entrusted in their care by the populace.”

To the Chairman, “it is infuriating that those tasked with the mandates to govern the State within short time were detected to be engaged in criminal acts”. “Huge amount of foreign and local currencies were found in the bank account of one the governorship candidate of one of the opposition party in Adamawa; how does this sound?”

The Chairman also alleged that “from June to August 2014, Adamawa got over 23 billion from federation account, the monies realised were squandered and looted. They failed to save for the future and this is where we are today.”

He lamented that “corruption and corrupt practices have assumed a frightening dimension in Adamawa between June to August 2014” and explained that “the fight against corruption is the most difficult task of the present administration’s agenda”.

All those that looted Adamawa dry and any property recovered from treasury looters will be sold off and the proceeds remitted to the State Government’s coffers for use to provide the good things of life for Adamawa residents, he said.

Dasin thanked Adamawa people for their warm reception of Bindow’s led State government.

 

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