Fintiri vows to address water scarcity


The government of Adamawa State has committed to resolving the ongoing issue of water scarcity in Yola, the state capital. During a civic reception held in honor of former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Mohammed Bello, and the Chief of Staff of the Government House, Yola, Edga Amos, the Secretary to the State Government, Auwal Tukur, emphasized the importance of water as a basic necessity for life. He further mentioned that the state government has implemented proactive measures to improve water supply in the Yola metropolis.

During the event, the Secretary to the State Government highlighted that the Fintiri administration places great importance on initiatives aimed at accelerating human and social development for the sustainable progress of the state. He extended congratulations to the minister for his dedicated service to both the state and the country. Additionally, Ibrahim Waziri, the chairman of the organizing committee, commended the honorees for effectively carrying out their responsibilities.

Mr. Waziri expressed his appreciation to the Old Boys Association of Sanda Primary School, Yola for organizing the event. He praised the former minister for his loyalty, selflessness, and sense of responsibility, emphasizing that his exemplary track record should serve as a model for other administrators.

In his response, Mr. Bello expressed gratitude to the Yola community for their support and prayers, which contributed to the successful fulfillment of his duties. He urged public office holders to diligently adhere to the rules and regulations governing their respective positions in order to promote the development of the state.

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