The success or failure of democracy lies on the people, not on democracy itself; and therefore the capacity of democracy to do both the possible and the impossible is a function of its support system. This was the assertion of Governor Adamu at Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria while delivering the 2005 Champion Newspapers annual better society lecture.
Celebrities, the mighty, the high and low of Nasarawa State all gathered together at the Farin Ruwa waterfalls on Saturday, July 23 to celebrate the life and time of Governor Adamu as he clocked 59.
Governor Abdullahi Adamu of Nasarawa State has said the perpetuators of the London transport bombings, by resorting to evil methods, will certainly fail in the pursuit of whatever objectives they want to achieve.
The Nasarawa state government has restated its commitment to the fight against tuberculosis and the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The assurance was given by Governor Adamu when he received officials of LifeSign HealthCare Limited in his office.
The Keffi country home of Alhaji Abdullahi Adamu, Executive Governor of Nasarawa State, north central Nigeria, was a beehive of activities on May 30, a day declared by the Federal Government as a public holiday to commemorate Nigeria’s Democracy Day (the actual Democracy Day, May 29, fell on a Sunday).
Alhaji Abdullahi Adamu, Governor of Nasarawa State, speaks with on his political programmes and strategies and his passion to help Nigerians.*