A Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) gubernatorial aspirant in Adamawa State, Lt Cdr Ibrahim Baba-Inna (Rtd), has promised to make the citizens of the state centre of his administration.
He also pledged to transform the state into an agric-business powerhouse to tackle the high rate of unemployment in the state.
The retired naval officer gave the commitment to members of the PRP, stakeholders and other residents of the state during his official declaration in Yola, according to a statement issued in Abuja.
According to him, “People-centric leadership is the cornerstone of our great party, the PRP. Our founding fathers understood this perfectly. You can’t have sustainable development that excludes the people.
“My journey to this point has been long. For years, I have nursed a burden to assist in the ‘upliftment’ of the vulnerable, the downtrodden, the forgotten and the helpless. This passion for improving the socio-economic status of those ‘left behind’ by society has led me to engage in numerous projects both within and outside our dear state, Adamawa, over the past five years through the IBI Foundation.”