Ismaila made this assertion Friday while addressing newsmen in Yola, saying the N30,000 minimum wage proposed for civil servants by a committee on minimum wage would be too small for states to bicker about if they do the right thing to achieve desired results.
“We are making a mockery of corruption fighting.
We have not started fighting corruption. Only one or two people decide who is corrupt,” he said, adding, “We can pay N75,000 minimum wage if we manage our economy well and tackle corruption wholesomely.”Daniel Ismaila urged the Adamawa electorate to move away from tagging along with the big parties and known names who promise big and deliver little and go instead for the fresh names with good manifesto.
“We have travelled the wrong road for too long. We are now left with broken walls which expose us to shame and to ridicule… The need to rebuild everything that is broken around us is as urgent as it is imperative.
This is the season and it is also the reason why I am offering my services to you,” the Adamawa State governorship candidate of the All Blending Party said. SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇