He reminded the politicians of their big role of shaping the destiny of the country with their well design policies and programs, expecting them to live an exemplary life for the younger people to follow.
Abbas who is the traditional ruler of Muri in Jalingo the capital city of the state, also accused the political class for problem the country is facing now “our politicians are selfish only interested in what they can get and not what they can offer”
“They come into office with a mind set to cheat and not to serve,” while cautioning them on the line most of them are taking he noted that “the younger ones will demand from them their stewardship stressing that if you come into office to cheat you’ll be disgraced and jailed”
Tafida disclosed this on Thursday at the 14th graduation and prize giving ceremony of Concordia College, Yola.
He commended the school for uniting children from all part of the country in spite of what their politician’s parents have done to this country.
The traditional ruler urged the graduating students to be good ambassador of not only the school but the entire country.
In his address at the occasion, Adamawa state governor, Mr Mohammadu Jibirila said the state government is committed to developing the educational sector.
The governor who represented by his deputy Mr. Martins Babale, the governor said “my administration has placed high priority on education; we will construct more schools and equip them with human and material resources for our children to learn”
In his lecture, Effect of Examination Malpractice the guest speaker, Professor Ambrose Voh noted that examination malpractice is the root of all problems in the country stressing that when a student to pass exams he or she carries it to adulthood and began to cheat in all thing that come including manipulating figures.