The senator representing Adamawa South senatorial zone, Binos Dauda Yaroe has debunked defection rumors going round saying that such rumors are misplaced.
The senator who made the position during an interview with newsmen said he has no problem with either the state governor, the party chairman or any other person at the state or national level to warrant leaving the party.
” I’ve no reason to defect. I don’t have problem with anybody in my state or the nation. In fact I will say I’m working hand-in-hand with the governor in the interest of the state and I’m working with the chairman of the party chairman A.T Shehu in the interest of the state. I’m a PDP man, I’m going nowhere,” Yaroe said.
In another vein, the senate has passed the bill for the establishment of the school of Geological studies Guyuk for second reading.
Sponsor of the bill and the senator representing Adamawa south senatorial zone, vows to work with key stakeholders to ensure the development of the state.
Leading the debate on the establishment of the school, senator Yaroe said the establishment of the school in the area will address unemployment crisis in the area.
“Unemployment is a very serious challenge in the country. Like the agriculture, the mineral and mining sector has a great potential in reducing the unemployment problems.
” But the sector itself is facing shortages of skilled, middle and junior man power. The establishment of school of Geological studies Guyuk will go a long way in providing the needed manpower for the industry.
” Guyuk is endowed with large deposit of limestone, Gypsium and coal among many minerals and is centrally located in the north east Geopolitical zone which makes it ideal for the location of the school,” Yaroe said.
While supporting the motion, senator Ibikun Amosun, and Tanko Almakura said citing the school will be in the interest of Federal Government’s diversification policy.