Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla of Adamwa State says his administration is committed to the massive infrastructural development, socio-political integration and the creation of a stable society for the state.
The Governor stated this during a statewide broadcast to mark the 25 years Anniversary celebration of Adamawa state, after it was created out of former Gongola State.
Governor Jibrilla explained that his administration had made its modest contribution in the construction and rehabilitation of over Sixty-Six Roads within Yola metropolis and Mubi Town, within fifteen months in office.
He stressed that work had already commenced on various roads construction in the southern zone, including the 37.5 kilometre Kiri-Shelleng road.
According to the Governor, the state government will engage thorough face-lift and Rehabilitation of all General Hospitals in the state.
He revealed that the Agric sector would soon witness tremendous revolution, because the state government had procured over one hundred new tractors, farming equipments and Agro-Chemicals to boost farming activities in the state.
Governor Jibrilla also said the state Civil service had received a greater attention through its policy of e-payment of salaries for both state and Local Government workers.
On Internally Generated Revenue, Governor Jibrilla reiterated the commitment of his administration to tow the path of progress and development, despite the enormous economic challenges facing the entire nation.
He however called on the people of Adamawa state to continue to support his government for the overall development of the state.