Ibrahim Baba-Inna, a retired naval officer, has declared his intention to run for the governorship of Adamawa State under the platform of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP).
Baba-Inna made his declaration at the Fasnet Cinema in Jimeta, Yola, promising to reinvent the state and give all citizens a new lease of life.
“My vision of a Greater Adamawa is one where every single productive citizen is gainfully employed and leading to the socio-economic prosperity of the state, leveraging on specialisation in agri-business.
“My journey to this point has been long. For years, I have nursed a burden to assist in the upliftment of the vulnerable, the downtrodden, the forgotten and the helpless,” he said.
“I have constantly been reminded that there are some degrees of change and impact on society that can only be attained through far-reaching policies envisioned and implemented by the compassionate, visionary political leadership.”
The PRP Chairman in Adamawa State, Yauba Duhu, said Baba-Inna’s vision aligns well with the party’s ideology.
The party was formed in 1978 and led by the late Aminu Kano. It was banned in 1984 but resurrected by the late Balarabe Musa, a former Kaduna governor, in 1998.
PRP’s Baba-Inna declares intention to run for Adamawa governorship