Bindow begs for forgiveness says governing Adamawa not easy


In what is seen as a farewell message to the people of Adamawa state, outgoing Gov Bindow Umaru jibrilla has beg the people of the state especially those who he offended in the last 4 years of his administration to forgive him in the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan.

The Governor sought for forgiveness Tuesday at the banquet hall of Government House yola while formerly lunching Adamawa state health insurance scheme.

He said “governing Adamawa is not easy and anybody who successfully governed the state can governed Africa as a whole”.

Bindow further hinted that this may be his last public appearance in state function and he may not have the opportunity to meet again with many people and faces who grace the occasion as his tenure elapsed in less than 3 weeks, hence the need to seek for the forgiveness of those he might have offended in the course of discharging his responsibilities as governor.

He said ”he has done the best he could in the last 4 years to change the fortune of the state especially in the areas of basic infrastructures which are visible for all to see”.

He further noted that he would not join issue with anybody as it is not in his character and against his pattern of upbringing.

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