The Chief of Staff Edgar Amos, to Governor Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa State, has taken up cudgels for decision to crest the governor’s picture on bags of rice to be shared as palliatives.
Amos, in an interview, stressed the governor’s picture crested on the bag of rice was as a means to barred the food items from being sold on the black market.
He added that, “It is an argument for those who are already comfortable. By the way, we see the photographs of Tinubu in all the offices across the country. Whether you voted for Tinubu or not, he is the president of Nigeria and you have his photographs.
“This is the governor of Adamawa State; whether you voted for him or not, you have his photographs in offices. By the way, it has advantages. It means that somebody who wants to go and sell it in the market will not be able to do so because it is already branded. It is a way of checking the abuse in the process.
“And this is the governor that is loved by the people, so you see a picture of the one you love and eat the rice from the bag, so be it. Who do you think his photograph should be on the rice?