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Adamawa Governor tasks 50 Development Areas’ administrators on good governance

Adamawa Governor tasks 50 Development Areas’ administrators on good governance

The Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintri has sworn in 50 development areas’ administrators drawn from the 21 local government areas in the state.

Representing the governor, his deputy, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta, at the event, charged the newly appointed administrators to be vanguard for stimulating development in their respective areas, saying that their appointment was part of government’s deliberate determination to stimulate good governance and deliver dividend of democracy at the grassroots level.

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Farauta said that there should not be room for laxity but that everyone was on a rat race to deliver on the governance collective vision where no one is left behind and nothing left untouched.

”As administrators, you constitute the government at the grassroots; you are at the vantage position to create the right image for our government policies which are not only pro poor but largely intended to change the lives of our rural dwellers for the better,” she said.

”You must let the people feel the impact of governance by making your selves available and willing to listen to them and solving their problems at that level,” she added.

She further admonished them to engage the people regularly and demolish all real or imagine misconception that exists between government and the governed.

”You have to work with your respective Local government Council Chairmen to ensure reconstruction on trust and confidence of government intentions,” the Deputy Governor stressed.

She further said that the Governor Fintiri administration was determined to expand development in the rural areas and to also engage the youths progressively.

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In his vote of thanks on behalf of the sole administrators, Emmanuel Dauda thanked the executive and legislative arms of government for finding them worthy of the task.

They pledge to deliver on the mandate which they were trusted with.