Adamawa state governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has offered his best wishes to Governor Bello Muhammad Mutawalle on the occasion of his 51st birthday anniversary and wished him continued happiness for years to come.

“Today, I join others in wishing my Brother and friend a happy 51st birthday anniversary. Here’s to continued happiness for years to come”.

Rejoicing with Governor Mutawalle, the Governor in a press statement signed and made available to newsmen by his press secretary, Humwashi Wonosikou described him as a peace advocate who has always promoted peace and encouraged harmony amongst the people especially in trying times of Nigeria’s history where multiple crisis have combined to threaten the peace of the nation.

Governor Fintiri commended the tremendous role Governor Mutawalle is playing towards lasting peace in Zamfara and Nigeria as a whole where he has availed of his wisdom in stemming the tide of insurgency and banditry.

“Today, I admire his devotion to duty, and I’m thankful for his deeply-held affection for our country and unwavering loyalty to Nigeria”.

While also expressing gratitude to Governor Bello Muhammad Mutawalle for steadfast commitment to the Nigerian project, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri said “On behalf of the Government and good People of Adamawa State, I wish Mutawalle a very happy birthday and continued health and happiness”.

Rt.Hon Fintiri noted that as Governors and members of the People’s Democratic Party, they have shared many special moments and still looking forward to many more to come.

He appreciated Governor Mutawalle for honouring his invitation to commission rural roads in Adamawa recently, pointing out that his believe in a united Nigeria has earned him great respect, affection and admiration of Zamfara people and Nigerians, thanking Mutawalle for his “Enduring service to Nigeria and the PDP”.

“I also take this opportunity to thank Governor Bello Muhammad Mutawalle for his kind words to the People of Adamawa when he visited to commission roads on Wednesday February, 10th 2021. We are all grateful for your leadership and steadfast commitment to our State and Country”.