Adamawa State House of Assembly has constituted three committees to investigate some activities of the immediate past Governor Muhammadu Bindow administration.
Speaker of the Assembly, Alhaji Aminu Iya-Abbas, announced the setting up of the committees on Tuesday during plenary.
The constitution of the committees followed a motion moved under “Matter of Urgent Public Importance” by Mr Bathiya Wesley (PDP-Hong) and seconded by Alhaji Abdulllahi Yapak (APC-Verre) regarding payment of workers’ salaries and employment.
Announcing the committee’s membership, Iya-Abbas said the committee to investigate the lingering non-payment of salary, employment and Transfer of Service, would be chaired by Hamman-Tukur Yettisuri (PDP- Jada/Mbulo).
The committee to investigate the financial status of Adamawa would be headed by Kate Raymond (PDP-Demsa).
The speaker said that Simon Isa (PDP-Song) would be the chairman, committee to investigate activities of Adamawa Christian and Muslim welfare boards.
The new Adamawa State Government under Governor Ahmadu Fintiri had already constituted a visitation panel to investigate employment and other activities in the state owned tertiary institutions.