Edgar Amos, Chief of Workers to Governor Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa State, has defended the choice to place the image of the governor on luggage of rice distributed to the general public as palliatives.
Because of the hardship occasioned by the removing of gasoline subsidy, the Federal Authorities had launched cash and meals objects to states.
Governors have been distributing the objects and handing out cash to residents of their states, although there was an issue on the value of the issues being given out.
In an interview on Channels TV, Amos stated the image of the governor was placed on sacks of rice to make sure that the meals objects weren't diverted or offered on the black market.
He stated, “It's an argument for many who are already snug, by the best way we see the images of Tinubu in all of the workplaces of the nation, whether or not you voted for Tinubu or not he's the president of Nigeria and you've got his images.
“That is the governor of Adamawa State, whether or not you voted for him or not you have got his images in workplaces, by the best way, it has benefits, it signifies that any individual who needs to go and promote it out there won't achieve this as a result of it's already branded. It's a method of checking the abuse within the course of.
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“And that is the governor that's cherished by the individuals, so that you see image of the one you like and eat the rice from the bag, so be it. Who do you suppose his images shall be on the rice and it is going to be higher promote as an example?
“Anyone who's hungry and is questioning the images on the bag of rice isn't hungry man, undoubtedly he's not, I don't suppose the hungry man will query the images on the bag of rice.”