Palliative:  You’re For All Adamawa Not PDP Governor, APC Man Reminds  Fintiri 


*Calls on President Tinubu to intervene

*Alleges FG palliative rebranded for political purpose

A loyal member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Adamawa State,  Mr Hussaini Gambo (Nakura) has accused the Governor of Adamawa State,  Rt Hon Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of selective treatment in distributing   the Federal Government palliatives sent for the people of the state. 
Hussain who also is known as an advocate of the masses, chairman of the Adamawa Concerned Citizens Association, said Governor Fintiri’s rebranding of the foodstuff  with his photo  and assigning to local government councilors to distribute has violated the principles of equity and inclusion.
According to him, the APC House of Assembly members as major stakeholders in their respective constituencies, were not part of the committee and the action of the governor will prevent many from benefiting from the federal government’s gesture. 
He expressed worries that the deliberate action to sideline the APC lawmakers is a clear indication that the palliatives are only going to be shared among the members of the ruling PDP in the state. 
Hussain reminded the governor that his administration is not only for PDP members, saying that he is  aware of how thousands of APC members  voted for his second term bid during the last governorship election. 
Hussaini called on President Ahmed Bola Tinubu to intervene in the Adamawa palliatives provided by the Federal Government because Governor Fintiri is out to sideline APC members. 
Hussaini in an interview with our Yola correspondent, said the governor is also out for vendetta and only wants a particular class of people to enrich themselves over the palliatives that are meant for everyone. 
“Sir intervene on the palliatives you gave for everyone in Adamawa,  else APC loyalists will never get anything as Governor Fintiri is clearly showing out his colour to give only his political pundits. 
“All the committees formed in charge of the distribution there is no APC stakeholder included, even our elective office holders like the state house of assembly lawmakers have been excluded from being the committee.
“How can there be equal distribution? The so-called councillors in charge of the distribution at ward levels are all PDP elected,  no none of them is from the APC or any political party. Something urgent has to be done,” Hassan said.
All efforts to reach the Chief press Secretary,  Mr Humawashi Wonosikou to comment, proved abortive as his phone number was not being picked while called. 
Our reporter visited his office in Government House, but was told by his secretary that was not on seat.


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