Immediate past governor of Adamawa State, Sen. Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla Bindow, has called for unity and understanding among members of the All Progressive Congress (APC) ahead of 2023 general polls.
Bindow who made the call during his visit to the party’s secretariat in Yola on Monday said power is from God and he gives it to the person he so wishes noting that such belief should be in the minds of those seeking for elective offices in the party hence the need for all and sundry to come and work towards the success of the party.
According to him, his absence in the state after his tenure was for peace, security and development of the state.
He called on the party supporters to ensure that they get registered along with their families during the upcoming membership registration and to shun from double registration.
In his remarks, Ibrahim Bilal the state chairman of the party, thanked Bindow for the visit to the state secretariat of the party.
Bilal also commended Bindow and other political office holders for the empowerment Programmes which touched the lives of a lot of people in the state.
He assured that the party would always ensure justice and fairness in its dealings with members.
According to him, a lot of prominent personalities have decamped to the party and many others are ready to join them because of the dismal performance of the incumbent PDP led government in the state.
While reeling the achievements of Bindow and APC, Bilal noted that it was preposterous for the incumbent governor to cast aspersions on the performance of Bindow’s administration, adding that the statement made by the governor to the effect that the APC did not build or rehabilitate a single classroom in its four year stewardship was unfortunate.