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Governor Bindow Bags Another Fresh Award in Cotonou
Posted by Adamawa Celebrities on 16th March 2017
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Governor, Mohammed Jibrilla Umaru Bindow
The Adamawa State representative, Senator Jibrilla Bindow would be met with the best performing Governor of the Year for his execution in infrastructural advancement and streets development.

An announcement by the Director of correspondences of the coordinators of the honor, Nigerian Topleaders International Magazine in Cotonou, Mrs. Leniency Ajayi, said the representative was decreed the best performing Governor of the year base on appraisal did in Yola, parts of the states and over the Federation by the Award Evaluation Committee.

The Director said that Bindow exhibitions in spite of the on-going financial subsidence outperform different Governors in the range of streets development and infrastructural advancement. She said separated from the Governor, other famous and trustworthy achievers would be regarded amid the function.

She battled that in spite of the lean assets of Adamawa State and low Federal month to month designations, Bindow was sufficiently reasonable to deal with the state assets by satisfying his appointive guarantees to the general population, in under two years in office.

Ajayi expressed that the occasion, which will hold one month from now (April) in Cotonou, would draw in famous identities from Nigeria, Ghana, Republic of Benin, other African countries and United States.

The visitor speaker is the previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar who will talk on the subject titled: ‘Great administration, hostile to debasement guide to African financial upheaval and reasonable improvement’.

Ajayi expressed that the current year’s occasion is additionally intended to check the 12 years commemoration of the magazine and seventh in the arrangement of her association’s yearly honor which were already held in Ghana, The Gambia, Nigeria and other Africa countries.

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