Director-General media to Gov Fintiri of Adamawa state, Solomon Kumangar, has lambasted Ishaku Abbo over the unsavoury comment and childish outburst against his principal over the allegation by Sahara reporters that the governor is maltreating his deputy, Crowther Seth.
The Special aide to the governor stated this in a piece titled, ‘Abbo and the burden of apprentice leadership’, which he sent to this medium via an email.
He also lambasted Ishaku Abbo, calling him a “miserable comforter” who rejoiced but pretended to be concerned about the baseless allegation by Sahara Reporters that the governor is feeding fat only to starve the deputy of his entitlement.
The FINDER had earlier reported that Sahara reporters quoted a source close to the deputy governor. He made several allegations against the governor, a story that was later denied by the self-acclaimed media aide to the Deputy Governor.
Kumangar said the attack by Ishaku Abbo“was deliberate, contrived, orchestrated, all to make the government look bad, and pump discouragement into Adamawa electorates when his party gave the governor a national assignment.
He, however, said the governor would not be deterred by the singular attack by Sahara Reporters and Ishaku Abbo, who could not get a single delegate in the last APC congress in Adamawa, adding that Abbo has suddenly found his voice to dabble into affairs that he does not know.
“We have this prior knowledge that Abbo will surely fumble on hearing lies and falsehood published by Sahara reporters against the governor; I have severally challenged Ishaku Abbo to show us a single achievement as Senator representing Adamawa north.
On record, Adamawa state and Federal government, through MCRP, reconstructed the road leading to Abbo’s village. Yet, he has no shame to open his mouth to react to the baseless allegation.
We know that this fellow is going public to advertise his ignorance on things he lacks knowledge of; if Abbo uses the enthusiasm he found in reacting to garage gossip in attending to his constituent, Adamawa north will be a better place.
“What should we have in a less hateful polity at such a time? Cooperation with government, encouragement of a performer like governor Fintiri.
But what did we get? Complaints. Grumblings. Wailings from Ishaku Abbo and his co-travellers.
Ishaku Abbo gloat, pretending to be concerned while rejoicing that the house rat had urinated in the pot of soup. Miserable comforters!” he said.