Aisha, the wife of President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed fear on the safety and security of Adamawa State, which he said is currently at a cross road due to recent political developments that have left people in a state of uncertainty about the future.
The President’s wife is particularly worried over the issues of politics, security, influx of displaced people, declining rates of enrolment, coupled with a growing number of unemployed youth.
Aisha Buhari who spoke today, Saturday, to the people of the State at a Town Hall meeting she organized in Yola, the State capital, in partnership with some concerned citizens of the state, said that the only hope and solution is for the people to join hands and form a coalition towards uplifting the state from its present predicament.
She emphasized the urgent need for the people in the state to unite in peace and love, which he insisted are the necessary ingredients to steer the state to the path for accelerated socio-economic development and prosperity.
She called for regular town hall meetings across the different zones of the state to serve as a platform for engagement and exchange of ideas between government and the people even as she called for the establishment of an Adamawa state trust fund to finance prioritized developmental projects.