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Prof. Farauta, a Pillar supporting Fintiri’s Mandate of a Secured & Prosperous Adamawa State


Prof. Farauta, a Pillar supporting Fintiri’s Mandate of a Secured & Prosperous Adamawa State

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Mary B. Paninga, Ph.D.

The administration of Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri is laced with excellent men and women giving it top-notch support in making sure Adamawa State has joined the league of the most developed state in Nigeria.

The careful selection of his cabinet members and aides with the best ideas, experience, and knowledge is giving the administration ease in hyping up progress in many spheres of the state.

One of such great wisdom in Fintiri’s Mandate of taking the state in the right direction is his virtue of having Professor Keleptawa Farauta George, as his deputy Governor. His decision to work with this woman has truly broken Carmel’s back in the annals of Adamawa State’s political journey.

First of its kind Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has proven that in Adamawa, a land with many faces of beauty have great women who meaningfully contribute to the development of the state. He made the right choice for Prof Keleptawa Farauta George. This woman is unique and sound becoming a supporting Pillar of development.
Professor Farauta is intelligent and resourceful, boosting the performance of Fintiri daily. She is no doubt a pillar of support, a rolling wheel of growth and development, and a knowledge-based helping the renewed mandate of Adamawa State under Governor Fintiri’s able leadership.

Thank you Governor AUF, the ATM Governor, and the Masses’ Governor for standing up strong for the people of Adamawa State, from the polls, the tribunal and the supreme Court. Thank you for bringing Farauta on board as your running mate. No wonder the state is moving forward under your leadership. Sir as a woman, I’m proud of you, for spotlighting us in this feat, it is a blessing because it will transverse to yet generations unborn.

Dr Paninga is the Executive Chairman, Adamawa State Planning Commission. She wrote this from Jimeta-Yola