Dasin to Fintiri: Stop blaming Bindow; fulfil the promise of 32000 minimum wage

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    “I challenge Fintiri to tell Adamawa people if Senator Bindow has ever accused him of been responsible for anything that went wrong in Adamawa as acting government for about three months, Fintiri is not the first governor that inherited debt in Adamawa,

     

    The chairman Adamawa united for change, Musa Dasin appealed directly to Umaru Fintiri to fulfil the “promise of 32000” minimum wage to workers by embracing pillars of fulfilling all the campaign promises he made to Adamawa people.

    In a speech that trod a fine accountability line, Dasin offered both sincere expressions of gratitude for the immediate past governor of the state, Senator Umaru Jibrilla for not pointing accusing finger on any past leader of the state, despite inheriting billions of naira from them as loan, Dasin vehement calls for the Fintiri led government to re-engage with the principles of getting things done rather than engaged in blame game.

    Speaking in front of Muslim faithful that gathered at his Yola residence during the eid-el-fitri celebration, Dasin repeatedly chastise Fintiri led government of been economical with the truth.

    “I challenge Fintiri to tell Adamawa people if Senator Bindow has ever accused him of been responsible for anything that went wrong in Adamawa as acting government for about three months, Fintiri is not the first governor that inherited debt in Adamawa, why is he crying wolf knowing fully well that the economy of the entire country is in shamble before contesting in 2019 for governor, Fintiri should know that Adamawa  States is never greater when those in position of authority engage former leaders in blame game. What Fintiri owe Adamawa people is to show them he is worthy of the heritage of Bindow legacy of peace that he have left us.

    “Being worthy of the promise of 32000 minimum wage, free healthcare for women and children, payment of waec and Neco fees, pension/gratuity and youth empowerment means never forgetting those voted for him based on these promises, Fintiri should know that when he join forces with former leaders of the state, especially Bindow that governed the state during the full blown economic depression, he can surmount any adversity,” Dasin went on.

     

    “We shall never cease to perpetuate the alliance of Adamawa people. That is what the victorious sides did in 2015 when Bindow won, when they created the new Adamawa state without throwing tantrum on any leaders before Bindow.

    Dasin, who has described Fintiri style of leadership as obsolete in the light of the foregoing, Adamawa voters did not vote for Fintiri to engage in blaming Bindow but to fulfil all the promises of making their lives better.

    Dasin also emphasised the achievements of the Bindow administration in Adamawa that liberated the state and then went on to defeat ethnicity and religion by given more appointments to the Numan federation.

    In typical fashion Dasin added: “And today, Adamawa is beautify and stronger than ever before, because Bindow took on leadership headlong without alibi.”

    “To all of our friends and partners – our cherished alliance was forged in the heat of 2019 battle, tested in the trials of campaign of calumny against Bindow and proven in the blessings of peace, The peace bond Bindow left for us” he said. “.

     

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