APC In Adamawa Is In A Rescue Mission Says Governor Bindow

By Tom Garba, Yola

The Governor of Adamawa state,Senator Mohammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow stated that the present administration under his leadership is in a rescue mission, which since inception met the State in a comatose state, adding that there was not presence of government when All Progressive Congress (APC) took over the leadership from the People Democratic Part(PDP),government that had rule the state closed to 16years.

He said that the APC led government in the state is on a battle to rescue the state from the mass destruction and economy havoc caused by the past Government, but despite all that APC in the state has done greatly by bringing dividend of democracy to the people of the state at the grass-root within a short time in the office.

Governor Bindow stated this at Government House Yola, during swearing in of 49 areas administrators notting that all his processors has nothing to offer the state reason the state was so backward in term of developmental projects.

He explained that party's supremacy would not be toyed with by his administration calling on members of his cabinet to accord APC leaders in the state all necessary respect for given them platform to meet up with their people yearning.

Bindow added that due to lack of government presence in the state, APC led government has executed many roads projects within the state capital.

The said Mubi township road has been awarded adding that Ganye township roads is next to be awarded.