The Governor of Adamawa State, Umaru Jibrilla, on Tuesday, approved the dissolution of elected local government administrations in the state, following the expiration of their two-year tenure in office.
The state government directed the outgoing council chairmen to hand over the affairs of their councils to the heads of service in their respective LGAs.
The dissolution, however, spared Lamurde and Michika local government areas, where the administrators’ tenures would end on August 7, 2018, and March 6, 2018, respectively.
The dissolution of the LGA administrations was announced in a press release by the state’s Commissioner of Information and Strategy, Ahmed Sajoh.
The governor thanked the council chairpersons for a successful tenure and the achievements recorded by them. Copyright PUNCH.