Adamawa state Government under the leadership of Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri is poised to deploy technology for patrols, tracking and surveillance as parts of effort to curbing criminal activities in the state.
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri who received on a courtesy visit three different communities at the Government House Yola has expressed deep concerns despite the commendable efforts of the security over the spade of attacks by the agents of darkness.
He mentioned that it is the duty of the government to maintain peace, and as such, his administration has been working round the clock to ensure the safety of lives and properties of the citizens.
While appreciating them for their support at the last polls, Governor Fintiri urged them to continue to support his administration in his quest to providing dividends of democracy.
“Without peaceful coexistence, there won’t be relative development, so there is need for us to go back home and promote peaceful coexistence amongst the diverse people in our societies” he mentioned.
The three communities through their various spokespersons had one thing in common, they want pro-active measures which will bring about lasting solution to criminalities in their various communities.
The communities also asked Governor Fintiri, to extend development projects such as Health Facilities and Roads Network which previous administrations neglected.
Yungur community led by Chief Hon. Justice Adamu Hubon, cried over the incessant cases of kidnapping in their domain, urged the Governor to intervene.
Justice Hubon while appreciating the Governor for the giant strides recorded so far, urged him to extend it to their domain.
He also applauded him for working closely with the Head of Service Dr. Edgar Amos, Member representing Song, Hon. Simon Isa and the PDP Secretary Abdullahi Prambe.
Furthermore, the Hakimin Bare Mr. Jackson Amna who led the Bare Community commended Governor Fintiri for the success recorded.
Mr. Jackson who mentioned that security situation in the community has improved asked the Governor to solicit on their behalf for the Army to extend their stay in the community.
He used the medium to congratulate the Governor on his victory at the tribunal.
He expressed optimism that the state is in a safe hands under the leadership of Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri.
Mr. Jackson also appreciated the Governor for including Numan/Biu road Junction – Bare among the first phase of road construction of the present administration.
Also, Bille Community led by Prof. Cyril Ubale congratulated the Governor on his victory at the polls and the reaffirmation at the tribunal.
He applauded the giant strides recorded on security and the education sectors, he also requested the rehabilitation of Bille road due to its economic importance.
Prof. Cyril stated that during rainy season, the road becomes non motorable, which makes it hard for the people who are mostly farmers to transport agricultural produce.
He also requested the Governor to revisit the Bills district electrification project which has been abandoned for years.