Abdullahi Adamu, the former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has announced his decision to step back from active politics, citing the development of allergies to political activities.
Adamu disclosed this revelation on Saturday during the presentation and 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.
Addressing the gathering, Adamu acknowledged the achievements of Governor Sule, emphasizing that the current governor had built upon the successes of his predecessors.
In expressing his departure from politics, Adamu clarified that he is not merely retired but completely removed from political engagements. He went on to disclose that he is gradually developing a slight aversion to political activities and speeches.
He said, “I am not only a retiree but I am out of politics. I’m beginning to develop little allergies for political activities now and political speeches.
“So, forgive me, I will not make any political statements beyond asking for further and more support for the governor of the state.
“He needs all your prayers and goodwill to be able to succeed. So, to encourage the author for his good work, I will launch 20 copies of the book for one million naira.”