Re: Bauchi: Be­tween democ­racy and an­ar­chy

Daily Trust - - OPIN­ION - in­ter­act­ing with some PDP stake­hold­ers like for­mer PDP chair­man Ahmad Adamu Mu’azu and for­mer FCT min­is­ter Bala Muham­mad in Saudi Ara­bia is un­fair be­cause their meet­ing was not po­lit­i­cal; rather it is a Ra­madan fast-break­ing meals in­clud­ing all Bauchi sta

My at­ten­tion has been drawn to an opin­ion pub­lished on page 41of Fri­day 8th July, 2016 by Ahmed Yarima, mem­ber, House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives, who is al­ways ac­ri­mo­nious, an­tag­o­nis­tic and malev­o­lent to the ex­ec­u­tive gover­nor of Bauchi state Bar­ris­ter Muhammed Ab­dul­lahi Abubakar un­nec­es­sar­ily. Ahmed Yarima has al­ways been con­tro­ver­sial re­gard­ing any­thing that has to do with M.A Abubakar, more es­pe­cially in this haz­ardous time in which Nige­ria faces eco­nomic tsunami. In fact, an un­prej­u­diced and cour­te­ous cit­i­zen would never dis­grace his leader, be­cause ev­ery leader is en­ti­tled to be es­teemed and highly re­garded by his cit­i­zen. Demo­crat­i­cally, as a father for our state, M.A Abubakar must be well-re­garded to­wards his per­son­al­ity and of­fice.

In re­al­ity, ev­ery re­spected and jus­ti­fied cit­i­zen of Bauchi state ought to be grate­ful to his Ex­cel­lency be­cause of his en­thu­si­asm over trans­form­ing Bauchi state. Many states across Nige­ria have owed civil ser­vants’/ pen­sion­ers’ salary ar­rears for 7 to 11 months, but his Ex­cel­lency had been do­ing his ut­most to set­tle their ar­rears since two months ago. Con­cern­ing your ac­cu­sa­tion against M.A. Abubakar of

Mustapha Baba Azare, Bauchi State 08149712150 mustaphababaazare@ya­hoo.com

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Nigeria

© PressReader. All rights reserved.