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Gov Fintiri Receives Hero’s Welcome In Yola After Supreme Court Victory Declaration

By Muhammad B. Muhammad

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State was on Friday given a hero’s welcome by party enthusiasts and well-wishers, as he returned to Yola after his Supreme Court victory declaration.

The ove-joyed supporters with beaming face lined up the routes along PZ Roundabout in Jimeta-Yola, eager to express their joy and solidarity with the governor

The State Deputy Governor, Professor Kaletapwa George Farauta, led other top government functionaries to receive Governor Umaru Fintiri and convey heartfelt congratulations to him on the triumph at the Supreme Court.

In an interview with newsmen shortly after his arrival at Yola International Airport, Governor Umaru Fintiri maintained that his administration will not give room for political opposition games but, remain neutral in pursuit for the provision of dividend of democracy to every citizen of the state.

Fintiri revealed that even in the face of opposition and legal battle with those he described as enemies of democracy, he remained resolute and unshaken in his service to the citizens of the state irrespective of political party.

He stressed that his administration has always champion the course of the masses not minding their stand across party lines and called on the citizens to support him to build a state they wished and yearn for.

“We’ve never created any gap all along, we’ve always assured people of Adamawa State that we are out to work for them and their interest. We are never distracted for one second because of the mischief of political gangsters,” he said.

According to him, the political and legal battle will only spur him to further do his best for the citizens and acknowledged the judiciary for standing firm and ensuring that justice is served in favour of the people’s choice.

“I’ve never lost faith in the judiciary I’ve said it time without number, they’ve been standing firm doing their job and never allow their job and judgement to be on the shelve like Hudu Ari did for INEC.

“So, we will continue to work with them to ensure that we partner with the judiciary so that we build our democracy and build our country, ” he added.

Going forward, he expressed commitment to partner the judiciary to cement Nigeria’s democracy and build Adamawa State and the nation at large.

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