A former gubernatorial candidate and immediate past senator for Adamawa Central, Abdulaziz Nyako, said his father’s (Murtala Nyako) tenure was marred by incessant political crises that made the state to remain underdeveloped.
The younger Nyako said this when he featured in a Hausa political program, Ribar Dimukradiyya, aired by the state-owned Adamawa State Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
He lamented the wasted resources that would have been channeled towards the development of the state which he said were expended on fighting ‘political wars’ during his father’s seven-year tenure.
“The infighting has caused the state serious setback. If the resources that were channeled to fight the wars were invested in the programmes of the government, the state would have recorded…