Monarchy in Maiha: Fintiri finally orders for the comply of court order to approve the appointment of Mahmud

Monarchy in Maiha: Fintiri finally orders for the comply of court order to approve the appointment of Mahmud

The Periscope reporting Monarchy

  • it’s Mecca in Maiha following Fintiri’s final directive to honour court order against complacency to dictatorship – Poet

*Maiha agog in celebratiton following Fintiri, court orders

His Excellency Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri of Adamawa State Nigeria, has finally finished with the former governor in complecency with the contempt of court, disrespect of constituted authority and Macbethean overambitiousness to the point of degenerating a known for unity community into anarchy and threatening disintegration, by directing for the comply of court order that approved, without any air about stay of execution pending appeal court judgement, the appointment of Barrister Mahmud Abubakar Suleiman the heir as the legitimate District Head of Jalingo-Maiha as was initially unanimously selected by the Mubi Emirate Council.

Governor Fintiri’s directive was given to the Permanent Secretary Chieftaincy Affairs with the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs Tuesday during State Executive Meeting.

Governor Fintiri reasoned that since the Yola High Court’s declarative judgement that restrained one Wakili Shehu Usman Idi the governor Bindow’s dictatorially appointed, from parading himself as a district head and ordered the Adamawa State Government to, without any stay of execution, approve the appointment of Barr. Mahmud to the stool, the state government ought to have complied with the court order.

The Permanent Secretary was given the executive directive with immediate effect.

A poet would articulate that “it’s Mecca in Maiha following Fintiri’s final directive to honour court order against complecency to dictatorship.

“The Mosque and around the palace were crowded with the celebrating subjects who have been praying against instigated tyranny in Maiha Monarchy.”

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