– APC isn’t dead, It challenges cluelessness, freshly tough in fighting suffocating hot air with the rising sun
It appears that political Adamawa is gradually getting hot with the rising sun, suffocating the “fresh air” , as though the opposition party, the APC begins responding to the challenge, proving that the party isn’t in anyway dead, hibernated or faded into oblivion as DG Commucation to governor Fintiri, Perm. Sec. Solomon Kumangar would in his final vocabulary commandeer the insinuation.
Earlier, Sen Abdulaziz Nyako had registered his disappointment over misgovernance, untypical of the fresh air as a philosophy, which could suggest getting the state out of the maze.
The welfare scheme and the skills acquisition programmes that the former governor Baba Maimangoro initiated and invested fortune that the state had started reaping the benefits was brought to an end by the very Fintiri, following the legislative coup against the executive in the name of (unlawful) impeachment. It was thought that his next coming would be, among other things, to recreate what he hitherto destroyed by means of boosting the economy than subjecting the state into a republic of debtors.
Giving his take, Sen. Ishaku Elisha Abbo, popularly known as Cliff, had also accused the governor of suffocating the state, hypocritically applying ethnoreligious sentiment to craftly effect his devide and rule device, Cliff considered unhealthy to remain in the party.
The anticorruption tsar of international repute, the easy going Malam Nuhu Ribadu would express his deappointment over financial recklessness attributed to misgovernance that subjected the state to the state of regression begging for redress.
Social commentators could not conjure up what even happened with the over a billion naira meant for the establishment of faculty of law in Adamawa State University that Governor Nyako reserved but alleged to be diverted after his unlawful impeachment and whether or not the present administration would restore public trust on integrity and good governance.
Hon Abdurrazak Namdas would key in to the expression of disappointment, believing that Adamawa deserves the unity in strength of her ethnoreligious diversity, a boosted economy with her abundant, rather near abandoned, God given natural and human resources, believing that he has the key that can unlock the luck the state is lucky to be endowed with.
Other groups have joined his team in the thumbs up for Otumba, the authority in philosophy and philanthropic technocrat who pointed out that electorates should not be hoodwinked by defective memory and that the legitimacy to their individual and independent thoughts must be defended.
It would appear that the miserably paid and those who are constrained by critical thinking would need be decaged or exorcised from whatever they are being subliminally seduced to be thinking that the present is but the best the state is blessed having .
According to media report, a chieftain of the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Adamawa State, Umar Bello Jada, AKA Calculate has counselled the All Progressives Congress, APC’s Umar Mustapha Madawaki and other gubernatorial aspirants to stop badmouthing governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri but to concentrate on how to clinch the ticket of their parties.
Badmouthing! How does sensitising the electorates on what constitutes cluelessness, calculated miscalculation, characteristic of misgovernance amount to badmouthing?
Would there be any need for the call to the change of leadership if the executive justified his action as being effective and efficient leadership; management and administration ?
Isn’t it logical spelling out the reasons for the change of government? How does it amount to badmouthing?
Madawaki simply argues that it amounts to cluelessness on the side of the government, building bridges in a dry land and lacking tap water in every home where the river flows as much as it amounts to hard heartedness securing loans to build flyovers lacking economic and commercial values at the expense education, healthcare, commerce, youth and women empowerment.
These are fundamentally issue based rather than castigating personality. Why are the governor’s apologists challenging the messenger rather than debunking the message?
That the governor built cottage hospitals in some communities where there were none. The question is, how many medical doctors, nurses and other health professionals employed by the Fintiri led government to man even the old health facilities, when the state cannot boast of having 60 medical doctors?
That the governor declared free education and free WAEC in public schools. The question is how many new schools does the Fintiri led government built? Additionally, how many qualified teachers recruited when a classroom accommodates 150 to 200 students suffocating with no furniture and sufficient instructional materials?
Dadin Kowa Dam is miles away from Gombe than River Benue to Yola. Yet water runs in houses in Gombe, while in Yola, houses depend on water vendors and for those who can afford it, will have to sink boreholes. Why not building water treatment plants than building flyovers out of loans?
No women and youth empowerment by means of skills acquisition programmes for self-reliants.
These are the observations made by the Otumba that the miscalculated are mad about taking it personal, a calculation for deceit.
“APC isn’t dead after all. Fintiri should find that out”.
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