Governor Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa State has told journalists to feel free to criticise him and his government as he has no problem with criticism.
He said during a dinner with journalists at the Government House Tuesday night that he actually needed constructive criticism to guide him in his efforts to deliver good governance.
The governor told the hundreds of journalists who turned up at the Banquet Hall of the Government House for the dinner: “I like critical media. Don’t be afraid that your criticism will destroy our relationship.
“Let’s operate with sincerity of purpose, knowing that we are working to build a better Adamawa. Always try to advance issues that will be beneficial to mankind.”
The governor who had been on television for a media chat earlier in the day,…