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Adamawa Gov to hold anti-corruption summit

13 September 2016, 21:42

Yola - Gov. Jubrilla Bindow of Adamawa says his administration has concluded plans to hold Anti-Corruption Summit in the state.

Bindow, who made this known when he spoke with newsmen in Yola on Tuesday, said the conference was to support President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-graft crusade.

“The development is to support President Buhari’s crusade to extend and reach grassroots level.” Bindow said.

He said that though, he did not probe the past administrations that ruled the state, but that he was solely behind the APC’s anti-corruption crusade.

Bindow said that his administration had demonstrated transparency in the management of state resources as well as discourages greed among public servants and government officials.

Also read: Corruption: List of some of the sacked senior army officers

He said that his administration would continue to work in harmony with the media, while advising them to always seek clarification before publishing their stories.

He commended the media for preaching peace, and appealed to them to promote the good development strides in the state.

Earlier, Mr Umar Yusuf, who spoke on behalf of journalists, commended the governor for being media-friendly.

Yusuf also applauded the governor for his giant stride achievement in the state, describing it as unprecedented.
NAN reports that the interactive session was part of the activity marking the Eid-el-Kabir




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