The chairman Adamawa first initiative, Ibrahim Luka, admonished the acting Vice Chancellor of Adamawa state University, Mubi and its management staff to resign their appointment now or risk been disqualified from contesting the office they currently occupied illegally for about three years.
Ibrahim, in a statement by his media aide Pwasaato Philip, said the decision of some members of ADSU management to remain in office and contest for same office is not tenable anywhere in the world as no one can be a judge in his own case, Ibrahim told Kaleptapwa led management to resign from office and contest, as allowing them to remain and contest such office will be regarded as coronation not contest as envisaged by the law setting up ADSU, Mubi.
Ibrahim told this news medium that “the decision of Gov. Fintiri to allow the right thing to be done this thing around in Adsu, Mubi is about to be thwarted as the governor is under intense pressure to allow some members of the university management to remain in office to contest which is wrong and condemnable.
“How can the current management of the university that continue to act illegally for about three years continue to lobby high profile politicians of Adamawa to appeal to the governor to allow them remain in office?
In a related development, some management of the ADSU, Mubi allegedly cried to the Deputy governor to appeal to the governor to allow them stay in office and contest for the position they currently occupied in defiant of the university law, the source told this medium that top management staff of the university allegedly wept profusely before the deputy governor that they should be allow to contest as while sitting tight to their current position which is illegal, The Finder newspaper has learnt.
Ibrahim admonish Gov. Fintiri and the council chairman of the university, Awwal D. Tukur not to allow themselves to be ridicule by allowing any members of the university management to remain in office and contest for same position.
Effort made by this news medium to reach out to kushi George, media aide to the deputy governor to react to this story was unsuccessful as several calls placed to his known mobile number was not answer nor return before press time.