Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri

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Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri
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Fintiri in 2022
Governor of Adamawa State
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29 May 2019
DeputyCrowther Seth
Kaletapwa Farauta
Preceded byBindo Jibrilla
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Preceded byMurtala Nyako
Succeeded byBala James Ngilari
Speaker of the Adamawa State House of Assembly
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Personal details
Born
Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri

October 27 1967 (1967-10-27) (age 56)
Madagali, North-Eastern State, Nigeria (now in Adamawa State)
NationalityNigerian
Political partyPeoples Democratic Party
Spouse(s)Lami Ahmadu Fintiri
Children3
Parents
  • Umaru Badami
  • Fatima Umar Badami
ResidenceYola, Nigeria
Alma materUniversity of Maiduguri
OccupationPolitician

Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri (amụrụ 27 Ọktoba 1967) bụ Naijirịa onye ndọrọndọrọ ọchịchị rụrụ ọrụ dịka gọvanọ Adamawa State kemgbe afọ 2019.[1]  [2] Ọ bụ onye otu Adamawa State House of Assembly ma jee ozi dị ka onye na-ekwuchitere ọgbakọ.  Ọ ghọrọ onye na-achị achị nke Adamawa State na-esochi  nke Gọvanọ  Murtala Nyako na July 2014, na-eje ozi ruo 1 October 2014.[3][4][5][1][2][3]

Mgbe nchịkọta nke nsonaazụ nke ntuli aka gọvanọ steeti nke e mere na 9 Machị 2019, Fintiri bụ onye mmeri nke ntuliaka ahụ na ọnụ ọgụgụ kachasị elu nke votu. Otú ọ dị, e kwupụtara ntuli aka ahụ na-enweghị nkwubi okwu n'ihi na ọnụ ọgụgụ nke vootu a kagburu karịrị oke dị n'etiti onye mmeri na onye iro ya.[4] N'isi ụtụtụ nke Fraịdee 29 Machị, a mara ya dị ka onye mmeri nke ntuli aka ahụ ebe ọ nwetara vootu 376,552 iji merie onye nọ n'ọkwa Bindo Jibrilla nke All Progressives Congress onye nwetara vootu 336,386. Bindo Jibrilla All Progressives Congress[5]

A họpụtara ya ọzọ n'ọfịs na ntuli aka nke afọ 2023. Mgbe nchịkọta nke nsonaazụ nke ntuli aka gọvanọ steeti nke e mere na Satọdee, Machị 18, 2023, Fintiri bụ onye mmeri nke ntuliaka ahụ na ọnụ ọgụgụ kachasị elu nke votu. Otú ọ dị, a kwupụtara na ntuli aka ahụ enweghị nkwubi okwu. E mechara kwupụta na ọ bụ onye mmeri nke ntuli aka ahụ ebe ọ nwetara vootu 430,861 iji merie onye iro ya kacha nso bụ Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed nke All Progressives Congress onye nwetara vootu 398,788. Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed All Progressives Congress

Onye ọrụ INEC Returning Officer na steeti ahụ, Mohammed Mele, mara ọkwa nsonaazụ ikpeazụ. O meriri ntuli aka ọzọ na votu 9,337, Aisha Dahiru, nke a na-akpọkarị Binani, nke All Progressives Congress (APC), onye bịara nke abụọ na ntuli aka ahụ na votu 6,513. Aisha Dahiru All Progressives Congress

Ọrụ ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Na ntuli aka gọvanọ nke steeti Adamawa nke 9 Machị 2019 na mgbe ntuli aka nke steeti Adamuwa nke 28 Machị 2019 gwụchara, a mara Fintiri dị ka onye mmeri nke ntuli aka ahụ, ebe o nwetara vootu 376,552 na-emeri gọvanọ nọ n'ọkwa, Bindo Jibrilla nke All Progressive Congress, onye nwetara vootu 336,386. 2019 Nhọrọ gọvanọ Adamawa Steeti Adamawa Steti Bindo Jibrilla All Progressive Congress[6][7][8][9]

O nwere ọtụtụ ọkwa ndu n'Ụlọ Nzukọ tupu a họpụta ya dịka onye isi oche, ọkwá ọ nọrọ ruo n'afọ 2015. Ahmadu Fintiri abụwo gọvanọ nke Adamawa Steeti ugboro abụọ. Steeti Adamawa Mgbe e wepụrụ Gọvanọ Murtala Nyako n'oge ahụ na Julaị 2014, a họpụtara ya dịka gọvanọ na-anọchite anya ya. Murtala Nyako O nyere Bala James Ngilari ikike ịchịkwa mgbe ọnwa atọ gasịrị. Bala James Ngilari

Na 9 Machị 2019, a họpụtara Ahmadu Fintiri, onye otu Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), dịka gọvanọ nke Adamawa State. People's Democratic Party Adamawa State Otú ọ dị, a kwupụtara na ntuli aka ahụ enweghị nkwubi okwu n'ihi na ọnụ ọgụgụ nke vootu ndị a kagburu karịrị oke dị n'etiti onye mmeri na onye mmegide ya kacha nso.

Arụmụka[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ọnụ ọgụgụ dị elu nke ndị enyemaka mgbasa ozi[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ọgọstụ 2023, Fintiri họpụtara ndị enyemaka 47 ka ha nyere ya aka n'ihe metụtara mgbasa ozi dịka Gọvanọ Adamawa steeti.  Enyere ya ikike ịhọpụta ndị ndụmọdụ 50 pụrụ iche site n'aka Ụlọ Mgbakọ steeti Adamawa na June nke otu afọ ahụ.[1]  Gọvanọ ahụ họpụtara ndị ndụmọdụ abụọ pụrụ iche, ndị enyemaka pụrụ iche iri, ndị enyemaka pụrụ iche nke iri atọ na anọ na Social Media na imepụta ọdịnaya, na otu onye enyemaka pụrụ iche na Nna-ukwu nke mmemme gọọmentị.[2][3].[10][11]

Mgbanwe a kpatara nnukwu esemokwu na mba niile, ọtụtụ ndị na-akatọ ọnụ ọgụgụ dị elu nke nhọpụta, na-ewere ya dị ka mmefu na oke.[11] Ndị nkatọ kwuru na steeti Adamawa nwere ọnụ ọgụgụ buru ibu nke nde mmadụ 3.44 bi na ịda ogbenye, na-anọ n'ọnọdụ nke iri na itoolu na mba niile Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI). Adamawa steeti Multidimensional Poverty Index[12][13][14]

Ndụ onwe onye[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Fintiri lụrụ Lami Ahmadu Fintiri ma ha mụrụ ụmụ atọ.[17]  N'afọ 2020, Fintiri nwụnahụrụ nne ya bụ Hajiya Fatima Umar Badami onye nwụrụ mgbe ọ rịachara ọrịa ogologo oge na Federal Medical Centre, Yola[18] Nna ya, Umaru Badami, nwụrụ ka ọ rịasịrị ọrịa ogologo oge na Federal Medical Center (FMC)  na Yola.  Maazị Badami, 82, hapụrụ ndị agha n'afọ 1984. E mesịa, e liri ya n'ili ndị Alakụba Damare dị na Yola dịka omenala ndị Alakụba si dị.[19][15]

Hụkwa zie[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Ndepụta nke ndị gọvanọ nke Adamawa Steeti

Edensibia[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. Tukur. Adamawa Speaker, Umaru Fintiri was sworn in as Acting Governor. Premium Times. Retrieved on 15 February 2019.
  2. Olaotan. EXCLUSIVE: Why Adamawa PDP flag bearer, Umaru Fintiri’s name appeared on Buhari’s travel ban list. The News Guru. Retrieved on 15 February 2019.
  3. Musa. Fintiri, Buni win tickets in Adamawa, Yobe. Guardian. Retrieved on 15 February 2019.
  4. Channels TV. "INEC Declares Plateau, Adamawa Governorship Elections Inconclusives", Channels Television. Retrieved on 27 January 2021.
  5. "Breaking PDPs Fintiri Wins Adamawa Governorship Elections", Channels Television. Retrieved on 27 January 2021.
  6. PDP's Fintiri wins Adamawa governorship election (en-GB) (2019-03-29). Retrieved on 2020-03-19.
  7. PDP’s Fintiri Wins Adamawa Governorship Election. Channels Television. Retrieved on 2020-03-19.
  8. "Fintiri win Adamawa Govnorship election", BBC News Pidgin, 2019-03-29. Retrieved on 2020-03-19.
  9. UPDATED: INEC declares PDP’s Fintiri winner of Adamawa governorship election (en-US). Punch Newspapers. Retrieved on 2020-03-19.
  10. Nabordo (2023-08-04). Adamawa governor appoints 47 media aides (en-GB). Premium Times Nigeria. Retrieved on 2023-08-04.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Outrage as Adamawa Governor Appoints 47 Media Aides - Daily Trust. dailytrust.com. Retrieved on 2023-08-04.
  12. Apanpa (2023-08-04). Outrage greets Adamawa gov's appointment of 47 media aides (en-US). Punch Newspapers. Retrieved on 2023-08-04.
  13. Reports | National Bureau of Statistics. nigerianstat.gov.ng. Retrieved on 2023-08-04.
  14. Mosadioluwa (2023-08-04). '35 content creators, is your government skit?', Nigerians react as Fintiri unveils 47-man media team (en-GB). Tribune Online. Retrieved on 2023-08-04.
  15. Blogger (2022-10-30). Fintiri Biography And Net Worth, Age, State, Tribe, Religion, Wife, Children, Education, Political Career (en-US). Retrieved on 2022-10-30.