All Looted Properties In Adamawa Must Be Returned – Gov. Ahmadu Fintiri

Ahmadu Finitri
Ahmadu Finitri
Adamawa State governor, Ahmadu Fintiri has come out to say that he is set to sign an executive order for house-to-house search to recover government and private property looted by some hoodlums across the state.

He revealed this during a recent broadcast in Yola today and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the looters should immediately return all looted property before 7 a.m tomorrow, else, there will be harsh consequences.

He added that every resident of the state can be rest assured of his continuous commitment to the protection of their lives and property.

His words, “I assure every resident of the state of our continuous commitment to the protection of their lives and property”

“Consequently, I am giving a 12 hour ultimatum from 6 p.m. – 6 a.m. to those hoodlums to return whatever they looted from public and private warehouses and homes to the nearest police station.”

“They can also return it to traditional rulers’ house from the ward to the district level, whichever is nearest to them.”

“This ultimatum will expire at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, 28th – October, 2020, after which I will sign an Executive Order for a house-to-house search to commence by 7 a.m. of the same day.”

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Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri born (October 27, 1967) is the current governor of Adamawa State. He was a member of the Adamawa State House of Assembly, and was appointed the Speaker of the House.

He became the acting Governor of Adamawa State Nigeria, following the impeachment of admiral Murtala Nyako in July 2014, handing later to Bala James Ngilari after serving for three months.

In the March 9, 2019 Adamawa State Governorship Election and upon the completion of March 28, 2019 Adamawa State supplementary election, Ahmad was declared winner of the Election having polled 376,552 votes defeating the Incumbent governor Bindo Jibrilla of the All Progressive Congress who polled 336,386 votes.

Fintiri won the governorship election of Adamawa State that took place on the 9th of March 2019, however, the election was declared inconclusive because the number of cancelled votes was more than the margin between the winner and his close opponent.

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