Governor Fintiri joins Nigerian children in celebration.

On this memorable day, Adamawa State Governor, Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, extended his best wishes to all Nigerian children.

Humwashi Wonosikou, the governor’s press secretary, issued a statement saying, “this comes as I prepare to begin my second term as Governor of our dear state, and I promise you that I will not betray your trust.”

Our children are the future leaders and guardians of our beautiful state, and Governor Fintiri stated that “this particular occasion serves as a reminder of the enormous importance and value we place on our children.”

He praised the tenacity of Nigerian children and parents while lamenting the tremendous insecurity and financial difficulties that modern families face.

On Children’s Day, he said, individuals should consider how they can help children flourish and grow by giving them with the resources they require.

He stated that “we remain committed to providing quality education, healthcare, and a nurturing environment that will enable every child in Adamawa State to reach their full potential.”

Governor Fintiri has declared that his administration will ensure that every child has the right to a good education, adequate health care, safety, and a voice in society.

“it is our responsibility to protect and promote these rights, tirelessly working to build an inclusive society in which every child can grow, learn, and play without fear or discrimination.”

“In order to provide a better future for our children, my administration has prioritised investments in education and healthcare.” To improve the quality of education in the state, large-scale infrastructural efforts like as school construction and renovation, distribution of learning materials, and teacher training have been implemented.

Remember that you can achieve anything with persistence, hard effort, and the support of your family, teachers, and the government.

“Let us renew our commitment to the well-being and development of our children as we celebrate Children’s Day in 2023.” Let us work together to make Adamawa State a place where every child can succeed and help us all progress.

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