Ahead of Saturday’s governorship election, Secretary to the Government of the Federation Boss Mustafa, says misunderstanding among APC stakeholders in the state is being resolved to ensure that the party retains the state.
There has been trading of blames among APC chieftains in Adamawa over the slight loss by the party to PDP in the presidential election. Mustafa told newsmen in Yola that he had met with the party stakeholders in Abuja and was in Adamawa to further iron out all differences to ensure that the party approaches the election as a united family.
The SGF said that Buhari supporters should not worry over the loss to Atiku by 32,000 votes in Adamawa, considering the fact that Atiku is from there and had put a lot to win the state.
Boss Mustafa assured that the North East, like other parts of Nigeria, would not regret voting for Buhari. He disclosed that N55 billion had been earmarked for the take-off of the North East Development Commission in the 2019 budget.
Mustafa explained that N10 billion of the amount was earmarked for the setting up of the commission’s office and N45 billion for it’s intervention programmes.