Delegates from the 21 Local Government Areas of Adamawa State have called on Governor Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow to settle all outstanding salaries of Primary, Health and LGA staff across the state.
The delegates, who spoke separately at the Democracy Day summit organized by the Adamawa State Government at the Government House, Yola, unanimously said doing that will reduce the hardship being faced by government workers as the Ramadan period is fast approaching.
Gloria Istifanus, a delegate from Lamurde LGA, called for the construction of Lafiya Lamurde Road.
Sajoh Bobbo from Toungo made a call for the electrification and rehabilitation of Sugo/Jamtare Road.
Musa Johnson, a delegate from Shelleng, appealed to the Government to lift the embargo on the operation of motorcycles, which, according to him, will assist farmers during this farming season.
Another delegates from Michika called for the reconstruction of damaged bridge by Boko Haram, while Lawrence Demsa urge the Adamawa State Government to assist parents with the payment of WAEC fees.
The delegates however poured encomiums on the Governor on the state of emergency declared by the government on roads construction.
They said it will boost economic activities in the state.
In their submissions, the Organized Labour, National Council of Women Societies, Gamzaki Traders Union and National Union of Road Transport Workers equally commended Governor Bindow on his developmental strides.
The Lamido of Adamawa, Alhaji Aliyu Barkikdo Musthapha; an elder statesman, Alhaji Ahmed Joda; and Senator Silas Zwingina in their separate remarks similar commended Governor Bindow for his pragmatic approach to governance.
The Governor, who was overwhelmed by the encomium poured on his administration, called for support and prayers to enable him deliver more dividends of democracy.
The Democracy Day submit was also attended by traditional rulers, religious and union leaders as well as civil society organizations.