The Adamawa State Government has appointed administrators to the government’s 50 development areas.
The administrators who will lead the 50 development areas created from the state’s existing 21 local government areas were sworn in on Monday at a ceremony in Yola, the state capital.
Prof. Kaletapwa Farauta, Deputy Governor, presided over the swearing-in ceremony on behalf of Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, who was in Maiduguri, Borno State, to join the party welcoming President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on an official visit to the state.
Prof. Farauta, who delivered Fintiri’s speech, stated that the development regions were intended to extend governance to all parts of the state, especially the most rural.
“This appointment is part of our deliberate determination to stimulate good governance and deliver much-desired democratic dividends to our people at the grassroots level,” he said. With this oath, you have joined the Fresh Air Team (Fintiri Government) in your own small way. There is no tolerance for complacency on this team.”
He stated that every member is in a race to deliver on the government’s collective vision, in which no one is left behind and nothing is left undisturbed, and he urged administrators to drive development in their particular sectors.
In the name of others, Musa Dauda, the administrator of Maiha Development Area, thanked the state government for considering them worthy of their new positions.
Among the recently appointed administrators are:
Borrong’s Malena Manasseh
Bidoma’s Joshua Magani
Gurin Abdulazeez Baba
Malabu’s Mahmud Mamman
Daware’s Abubakar Liman
Yadim Amoris Haziel
Mayo-Ine native Japhet Yerima
Jangari, Stephen Emmanuel (Ganye East)
Lawan, Hammadu (Vunoklang)
Jera Bakari (Felix S. Gaude)
Lala Aminu Chubado
Dio Pam (Garkida) on Sunday
Guyuk West’s Yusuf Garvwa
Simon Frama (Guyuk South)
Yarda, Albert (Guyuk Central)
Barminas Abalis (Kulinyi)
Uba Hildi (Kawa Bah)
Usman Muazu (Garaha/Gaya).