Martins Babale met with various groups in Ganye Chiefdom for exmas homage

Published on: Wed, 02 Jan 2019 12:06:29 by:
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Deputy Governor Martins Babale has meet with various groups in Ganye Chiefdom expressing confidence that president Mohammed Buhari will emerged victorious at the presidential election while Governor Mohammed Jibrilla will clinch the Governorship in the state.

The meeting which took place Tuesday at toungo local Government,Babale said he is elated by the various meeting and visits said the only party that rings bell in Ganye chiefdom is the all progressive Congress as stated by the various speakers.

Babale explained that Government will continued to work for the welfare of its people irrespective of party affiliation adding that the APC chance of winning the general election become brighter by the day.

The various groups in separate meeting with Deputy Governor Martins Babale said their convinced that All progressive Congress will emerged winner looking at the infrastructural development put in place by the Bindow led administration.

They explained that, mayo Belwa ,Jada ,Ganye and toungo people are the greatest beneficiaries of Buhari administration at the federal and the Bindow leadership at the state.

The hunters association at toungo local government were not left out as they troop the residence of the deputy Governor to pledge their loyalty and support to the Bindow led administration.

Spokesman of the association, Alhaji Ibrahim sameni said they have resolved to give APC blocked votes in all the twenty nineteenth general election saying that the area can not afford to make any political mistake but to choose the right and capable leadership which they have found in the APC.

Also speaking the senator representing Adamawa southern senatorial district, Mohammed Mo'Alaiyidi extolled the leadership style of Governor jibrilla for changing the face of the state capital through construction of township roads and improving the critical sectors of the economy.