President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with Lamido Adamawa and the good people of the state over the death of their son, Sir Ahmed Joda who headed his transition committee in 2015.
Mr president while speaking at the palace of Lamido Adamawa where he commiserated with the State over the demise of one of it’s prominent son, pointed out that indigenes of the State are very reliable and trustworthy.
Meanwhile he added that since his days as a military ruler till date as a civilian President, he had found Adamawa people very reliable and trusted and that gave him reasons to entrust the Minister in charge of the Federal Capital Territory Abuja to one of the son’s of the Land.
The State Governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, had earlier welcomed the President to Adamawa as he thanked him for identifying with them in their moment of grief.
He added that the State had lost three illustrious sons recently and it was a trying moment for the State government and all citizens of Adamawa.
Governor Fintiri thanked the President for sending a delegation earlier in the week as well as coming personally to condole with the State.
The Lamido of Adamawa, Muhammad Barkindo Musdafa also appreciated the Nigerian leader for finding time within his tight schedule to commiserate with the people of Adamawa.
President Buhari has since departed Adamawa for Kano, to participate in the ceremony of his sons wedding which will be taking place today.