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Fintiri Nominated for Infrastructure Development Award

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State has been nominated for the prestigious Infrastructure Development Award for the second time, recognizing his remarkable achievements in…

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State has been nominated for the prestigious Infrastructure Development Award for the second time, recognizing his remarkable achievements in transforming the state’s infrastructure.

According to a statement made available to the press on Monday, by the Hivernir’s Chief Press Secretary, Humwashi Wonosikou, the nomination acknowledges Governor Fintiri’s dedication to revitalizing critical sectors such as roads, bridges, healthcare, education, and water supply, resulting in unprecedented growth and development in Adamawa State.

The award, organized by The Best Strategic Media and the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, honors exceptional leaders who have demonstrated a commitment to infrastructure development, improving the lives of their citizens.

Governor Fintiri expressed gratitude for the recognition, describing it as a “perfect Sallah present” and dedicating the nomination to the people of Adamawa State.

He reiterated his commitment to continuing the infrastructure revolution in the state, aiming to make Adamawa a model for infrastructure development in Nigeria.

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will present the award on July 6th at the State House in Abuja, acknowledging Governor Fintiri’s outstanding contributions to infrastructure development.

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