Fintiri is Adamawa Gov by God’s willing, Tukur and Aminu’s Sons couldn’t be despite their status-Madagali kinsman says

A kinsman from Madagali Local Government Area of Adamawa state, Alhaji Dauda Saidu attributed the victory and the successes of Rt Hon Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri as the Governor of Adamawa state divinely arranged, patterned by God’s willing plans.

Dauda who addressed PDP loyalists in Mubi has charged them to understand that God is the giver of power, knowing the fact that Fintiri is a son of a nobody, a less privileged Man from Gulak in Madagali but God prefer him a Governor of the state than anyone else.

According to him PDP former national Chairman and international business tycoon, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur and Professor Jibril Aminu who was a former minister and a ranking Senator of the federal republic couldn’t produce any of their sons who are well trained to be the Governor of the state.

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Dauda is believed to be a front runner and supporter of Governor Ahmadu as he is widely known as “Sarkin Yakin Fintiri”- Fintiri’s defender stressed that God is indeed the giver of power, He gives it to anyone at wills, and at the time He wishes to.

” In life Don’t look down on anybody, if you cast your minds back to see who was Governor Fintiri, he was a nobody and God decided to give him the seat of a Governor.

“Bamanga Tukur, Professor Jibril Aminu are bragging about to have trained well their children but God didn’t give them. That’s God for you.” He said

Saidu’s views has since dominated many social media platforms, his twenty-nine-second videos have gone viral with the opposition taking upon him to be a boy sighting a rudderless Man as his political mentor.

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Many have chided him to have spilled out unchecked words that need to be guided at all times.

APC organising Secretary, Ahmed Lawan is one of the opposition people that described Sai’du has childish and unsound to begin to compare names of Adamawa most respected elites.

According to him the likes of Bamanga Tukur and Jibril Aminu earned greater respect than his political mentor will never have.

“How could he just think this and linked their fraudulent government with people that earned world respect? I think his head to to be examined for proper reasoning.” Lawan said

But the organizing Secretary of PDP in Adamawa State, Alhaji Hamza Madagali said that as far as governance and party politics is concern Dauda is entitled to his own opinion.

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According to him, Saidu have developed a personal like for the Government of the day under Fintiri’s regime is never a crime. Saying that it is a normal in politics for one to air out his views on any topical issue.

He revealed that the same Dauda was part of many previous governments, he is more of a Man belong to any government in power to say and support it at his own will.

“Besides we don’t know him in our party politics, he does not belong to any part of the government and the entire system. So which one is our own? You can’t stop anyone from expressing his mind freely. He can own up to whatever he said please.” Madagali said

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