The state commissioner of information and strategy, Comrade Umar Garba Pella had declared state Government willingness to partner with and support African independent Television AIT yola.
Comrade Garba Pella stated this when he led the permanent secretary in the ministry, media chiefs on a courtesy call to the head of Africa independent Television AIT yola office Friday.
He explained that the team was in television station base on Governor Fintiri directive to register state Government sympathy over the recent theft of equipment in the complex by unknown person.
Comrade Garba he was in the station to assess observing that the criminal took advantage of the temporary closure of the premises and assured the station of the state Government support for it to recover from the loss.
He added that Adamawa people are proud of the edifice saying the history of Africa independent television cannot be written without the name of Adamawa state.
The commissioner plegde to partner with the television station for the overall development of Adamawa and the media industry as a whole.
Speaking earlier,the head of Africa independent television yola, chief Timawus Mathias who thanked the commissioner for identifying with the station said AIT is out to compliment government additional that the station focused on quality service to people of Adamawa as well as a chronicle the activities of Government.
Chief Mathias explained that AIT took twelve to fifteen years to put together the station and expressed gratitude for naming the complex after him.
He said the station is committed to collaborating with Adamawa broadcasting corporation ABC yola,and Adamawa television corporation ATV in providing additional programme content and staff training.
The head of AIT station had earlier conducted members of the team round the complex,situated at bajabure industrial layout in Girei local Government.