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Muhammed Jibrilla Bindow

24 Feb 2019
There are indications that Governor Muhammed Jibrilla Bindow may not have it so smooth like that of 2015, when the coalition of All Progressives Congress (APC) was fresh and full of zest.
2 Feb 2019
Adamawa state Governor, Muhammed Jibrilla Bindow has banned his deputy, Martins Babale, from following him on campaign tour in the state.
21 Jan 2019
Adamawa State Head of Service (HoS), Dr. Edgar Amos Sunday, has declared that the Federal Government war against corruption cannot be meaningful unless the workers wages are reviewed.Edgar made the declaration yesterday in his hometown....
23 Dec 2018
The Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) Adamawa State Women Leader, Mrs. Sylcia Mayo has declared that the state southern senatorial district women would not vote for Governor Muhammed Jibrilla Bindow. Speaking during ANN governorship campaign flag-off, Mayo said the zone was neglected by the current government. She said women in the zone were united, regardless…
11 Jun 2016
A visit to some of the health centres in the State showed that weeds have taken over the premises. Some of the buildings also have their roofs blown off.

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