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@88: Adamawa Governor Salutes PDP ex-national Chairman, Bamanga Tukur


@88: Adamawa Governor Salutes PDP ex-national Chairman, Bamanga Tukur

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Adamawa State Governor, the Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri sends his warm greetings to Elder statesman, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur on his 88th birthday anniversary.

The former National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party was also Governor of the defunct Gongola State.
Governor Fintiri describes the Octogenarian as a great citizen of Nigeria whose ideas and indelible imprints in the service and contributions to the nation,and humanity in general remains a reference point in the positive discourse of Nigeria’s progress,unity and stability.

“I join and rejoice with your family, friends and all well wishers in congratulating you on this auspicious celebration of your 88th birthday.”
Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri prays for blessings,mercies, protection upon the life and all endeavours of Alhaji Bamanga Tukur.

“Adamawa State celebrates this elder statesman whose outstanding achievements in the service of Nigeria brought a lot of pride and honour to the State; The accomplishments he recorded and leadership he demonstrated in his political career and business world have continued to inspire the younger generation to commit to the growth and development of the nation.” Fintiri stated

He commended the leadership exhibited by Bamanga Tukur during his tenure as National Chairman of the PDP, where he ensured its unity in the face of daunting challenges.

Fintiri I a press statement signed by his senior media aide, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou also noted his fatherly advise whenever the need arises especially at some difficult periods of the State’s development.

The Governor urged Alhaji Bamanga Tukur to continue to avail his wealth of experience and knowledge to Adamawa and the nation, especially in the current efforts to address the economic challenges bedeviling the country.

“I wish you good health, God’s protection and success in all your endeavours sir.” The Governor said.