Bight Newspaper learnt that the former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Abdullahi Adamu, has on Saturday announced his retirement from politics.

Adamu stated that he is beginning to develop an allergy to political activities.

The former APC Chair disclosed this at the launch of a book titled ‘Progressive Governance, Showcasing The Achievements of His Excellency, Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State 2019 – 2023’, authored by Abdullahi Tanimu.

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Adamu, who is the first civilian governor of the state, and served between 1999 and 2007, while speaking on the 230-page book, appreciated the author for his efforts in detailing the achievements of the governor.

He said the governor had built on the achievements of his predecessors and improved on them while admonishing all the stakeholders and the residents of the state to continue to pray for the governor and his cabinet members to enable them to take the state to greater heights.

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Adamu, who launched 20 copies of the book for N1m, stated, “I am not only a retiree but I am out of politics. I’m beginning to develop little allergies to political activities now and political speeches. So, forgive me, I will not make any political statement beyond asking for more support for the governor of the state.

“He needs all your prayers and goodwill to be able to succeed.”


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