Governor Mohammed Bindow of Adamawa on Monday said that President Muhammadu Buhari remained an unbeatable candidate for the 2019 presidential election.
The Executive Director of the Fund, Prof. Sunday Ochoche, disclosed this on Tuesday while flagging-off Education Support in North East at Gaya-Fa’a village of Hong Local Government Area of Adamawa.
Adamawa House of Assembly on Wednesday granted approval to Governor Muhammadu Bindow’s request to source for N5 billion loan from UBA Plc to pay salary arrears of the local government workers.
Governor Muhammadu Bindow of Adamawa says sustained criticism by political opponents of his administration will not affect his growing popularity in the state.
A political pressure group, the Black Cap Revolution Movement had on Friday, stormed the Adamawa House of Assembly complex, demanding the House to probe the allegation against the governor.
At the inaugural meeting of the group on Saturday in Yola, supporters trooped in from all the 21 local government areas of the state.
Briefing newsmen in Yola, the state Commissioner of Information and Strategy, Malam Ahmad Sajoh said some disgruntled politicians planned to print the campaign poster of the governor with that of the presidential candidate of another party…
The result was declared in the early hours of Sunday
APC primaries: Gov. Bindow Campaign organization raises alarm over circulation of fake members cards
Spokesman of the organization, Saleh Kinjir, who raised the alarm Thursday in a press briefing in Yola, said the attention of the organization had been drawn to such fake cards in circulation in the state.
The pressure group levelled the accusation on Tuesday
A statement by the Director General of Ribadu Campaign Organization, Mallam Salihu Bawuro, said Ribadu withdrew based on the mode of primaries.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Halilu, former EFCC boss Nuhu Ribadu and Governor Bindow are the three aspirants expected to participate in the primaries.
The party gave the assurance on Thursday in a statement signed by its Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Mohammed Abdullahi.
A communiqué issued at the end of the State Executive Committee meeting of the party in Yola said indirect primary was the best option for the state.
Bindow announced the donation in Yola while declaring open, the 2018 Batch “B” (stream 11) orientation course for corps members posted to the state.
Governor Muhammad Bindow of Adamawa on Monday urged the residents to prepare for flooding following the release of water from Lagdo Dam by the Cameroonian authorities.
This was contained in a statement on Sunday by the Adamawa State Commissioner of Information and Strategy, Mallam Ahmad Sajoh
The state’s Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Alhaji Mustafa Barkindo, made this known to newsmen on Thursday in Yola.
Governor Muhammadu Bindow of Adamawa has denied a report making the round that he was under pressure to drop the state Deputy Governor, Martins Babale for a Muslim candidate.