By Our Reporter
As preparations for the new government commenced across Nigeria, Adamawa state outgoing governor Senator Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow burst out that the people of the state will in no distance future regret voting him out.
Bindow who has earlier disappeared from public events since losing his re- election bid to Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of the PDP, had made a surprise appearance at this year’s workers day celebration, where was emphatic that he may return back as Adamawa governor.
He said, “This will be the last time I will address this type of gathering of workers. I am grateful to God for the opportunity given to me to serve the good people of Adamawa state including the bad people of the state “.
He further explained that his administration gave priority to the collective interest of the state rather than individuals that was why he lost re-election.
“My priority is Adamawa people not individuals that’s why we find ourselves in where we are today if not for this I would have been awaiting another inauguration on May 29th 2019″ he said.
Bindow also hit hard at the previous administrations that ruled the state before him accusing them of not doing enough to develop the state despite billions that came to the coffers of the state.
He also accussed some political elites in the state of misleading the public and denied that his administration has collected a loan of over N150 billion.
“I didn’t promised to pay N32,000 as minimum wage I promised to pay N30,000 am in government I know what am saying anybody out of government can say anything he want,” said he.