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Gov Fintiri Commends Nigerian Air Force, Security Agencies

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has commended the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) for their collaboration and security efforts in Adamawa and the Northeast in general. He…

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has commended the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) for their collaboration and security efforts in Adamawa and the Northeast in general. He also raised concerns about the deployment of helicopters outside the state. Governor Fintiri called for equitable distribution of equipment among all states and urged the NAF to reconstruct the Forward Operational Base in Gombi and Madagali.

Governor Fintiri made these commendations and appeals when he received a delegation of the Nigerian Air Force led by the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Hassan Bala.

Air Marshal Bala stated that the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is set to receive 50 brand new aircraft in the next two years, with some to be deployed to their base in Yola, Adamawa State, to enhance security in the Northeast region. He assured the governor that the new aircraft, including state-of-the-art fighter jets, would soon be deployed to restore peace in the Northeast region.

He acknowledged the state’s ongoing security challenges, including kidnappings and the menace of Shilla Boys, and reaffirmed the NAF’s commitment to assisting in containing these threats. The Air Chief also made a plea for the extension of the drainage project at the Saminaka area in the state capital to the Air Force Comprehensive School fence due to concerns about erosion and flooding.

Governor Fintiri directed the Ministry of Works to address the erosion issue around the NAF Comprehensive School and promised to review the ground rate payment. He praised all security agencies for their partnership in tackling insecurity in the state.

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