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Saturday, July 30, 2016

I almost went to Cameroon in GEJ's govt-Lamido of Adamawa

I almost went to Cameroon in GEJ’s
govt- Lamido of Adamawa
1 hour ago

– Dr. Muhammadu Mustapha, the Lamido of Adamawa
said he almost fled to Cameroon following insecurity
under former president Goodluck Jonathan
– Mustapha says that the determination of Buhari’s
administration to curb insecurity prompted his decision
not to migrate again to Cameroon
– He blames the soaring insecurity under the
administration of Jonathan as the factor that forced
people to flee Adamawa state
Dr. Muhammadu Mustapha, the Lamido of Adamawa on
Thursday, July 28, said he was on the verge of leaving
his state for Cameroon following Boko Haram attacks
under the leadership of former president Goodluck
Jonathan.
According to Mustapha, he contemplated leaving
Adamawa state for Cameroon but the emergence of
President Muhammadu Buhari made him stay,
Vanguard reports.

Dr. Muhammadu Mustapha, Lamido of Adamawa said
he almost left for Cameroon following Boko Haram
attacks under ex-president Jonathan govt.
Speaking during the commencement of the construction
of two major township roads in the state, Mustapha
noted that the determination of Buhari’s administration
to curb insecurity prompted his decision not to migrate
again to Cameroon, which shares international
boundary with Adamawa state.
Mustapha blamed the soaring insecurity under the
administration of former President Goodluck as the
factor that forced people to flee the area.
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He said: “You will agree with me that just two years ago,
all of us here were preparing to leave. I was also planning
to leave for Cameroon. But God, in His mercies, brought us
peace. He brought us Muhammadu Buhari and we can all
attest to the works of his hands, especially in the aspect
that has to do with the security of lives.”
Lamido also said that insecurity, which used to be a
nightmare, literally disappeared under President
Muhammadu Buhari.
He said: “Insecurity, which used to be our worst night
mare, has now become an issue that is now of less
concern.
“May God Almighty continue to guide everyone who is a
part of this and keep them in good health and grant them
peace, just as they are also working tirelessly to give us
peace.”
Governor Mohammed Jibrilla, led his deputy, Martins
Babale, and other key members of his cabinet, including
the state Commissioner for Works, Lilian Stephen, to
officially unveil the construction.
Speaking on the area of security in Spain, Minister of
Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed said with the
help of neighbouring African countries, the U.S., France
and the G-8, Nigeria has been able to “decisively deal
with Boko Haram” under President Buhari.
He noted that when Buhari took over power, 14 of the 20
local government areas of Borno, four in Adamawa and
three in Yobe were under the sovereign authority of
Boko Haram but with proactive measures, Buhari’s
administration has been able to curb the activities of the
insurgents.
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