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Massive support as Bindow tours Adamawa LGs, consults stakeholders over 2023 Guber ambition


Massive support as Bindow tours Adamawa LGs, consults stakeholders over 2023 Guber ambition

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Ahead of his formal declaration to contest the Gubernatorial seat of Adamawa, the immediate past Governor of the State, Senator Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow has toured many Local Government areas on consultations.

The essence of the tour is to consult them of his intention to vie for the Governorship position of the state for the second term.

During his tour, supporters thronged en mass to show him solidarity and welcome his idea to contest the 2023 governorship position.

Jibrilla who met the Local Government stakeholders of All Progressives Congress (APC) of Michika, Madagali, Mubi South and North, Ganye, Jada, Maiha, Mayobelwa, Guyuk, and Shelleng areas and received a pat at back by calling on him to complete his four years tenure.

Senator Bindow for over one week has been in the state, had a one on one consultations with relevant politicians visited his house in Yola and Mubi.

His visits to many local government stakeholders were said by one of his strong supporters, Julius Kadala, former commissioner of Education is to intimate party faithful of his second plans to contest the coming 2023 gubernatorial election in the state.

Kadala revealed that the acceptance was overwhelming and has given them a boost to set an agenda in motion for his formal declaration.

“I want to tell you that the acceptance we got wherever we visited has shown that Adamawa people are yearning for new change of leadership and the return of Bindow.

” It’s like a wild hunger of wanting a performing leader and a lover of humanity to come back for the second term tenure who is Senator Jibrilla.

“We are planning for a formal declaration hence we got the go ahead by Adamawa electorates for my Boss to contest again,” Kadala said

The tour was a low-key plan but was however turned into a massive one as many supporters followed the convoy with hundreds of vehicles during the consultation visits to many places.