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Nigerians Are Indebted To Buhari, Says Gov Bindow

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Adamawa State governor, Jibrilla Bindow, on Sunday said Nigerians owed a lot to President Muhammadu Buhari for his swift action in addressing the security challenges posed by insurgents.

Bindow made the remarks in Gombe state when he went there to felicitate with the people on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the creation of the state.

He said under the current administration, the threat to lives and property had been reduced substantially.

“Our president deserves commendation for his military exploits in fighting the insurgents,” he said.

“Now, we can sleep both eyes closed and move around freely.”

He also commended Ibrahim Dankwambo, governor of Gombe, for “taking the state to greater height within a short time of his stewardship”.

“No doubt Dankwambo has achieved a lot; Gombe state has been transformed to a modern city within 20 years of its creation,” he said.

Bindow said he joined the people of Gombe in celebrating the 20th anniversary of the creation of their state because they and people of Adamawa were one and inseparable.

“Although we now differ in our political persuasion, Gombe state being PDP and Adamawa APC, I can confidently say we are dialectically, economically and socially related,” he said.

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