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Adamawa State Governor holds Christmas Dinner with Physically Challenged; invites Igbos, Yorubas to dinner

Musa Isa Ahmed

The Governor of Adamawa State, Senator Muhammadu Umar Jibbrilla Bindow celebrated Christmas with People Living With Physical Disability (PLWPD) across the 21 Local Governments at the Government House in Yola on Monday.


In his remark during the dinner, Bindow said “I hosted this event to make difference, to show love for our brothers and sisters, to support People Living with Physical Disability, to ensure meaningful peace building in our dear nation and to end violence in Nigeria, particularly in Adamawa State”


One of the beneficiaries, Yakubu Musa expressed deep appreciation to the Governor, “this is the first time we come to gather eat dinner with the Governor, and we are so glad to see this day. We never had such opportunity before.”


Similarly, the Governor extended his magnanimity to non-indigenes in the state, including the Igbos and Yorubas  to a dinner with him at the Government House, as one Nation one Nigeria.


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