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Ex-APC National Chairman Abdullahi Adamu announces retirement from politics, Gives Reasons

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Abdullahi Adamu, Announces Retirement from Politics.

 

 

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Former All Progressives Congress (APC) National Chairman, Abdullahi Adamu, has declared his retirement from partisan politics, citing a growing aversion to political activities as the driving force behind his decision.

Adamu made this announcement on Saturday during the launch of a book titled ‘Progressive Governance, Showcasing The Achievements of His Excellency, Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State 2019 – 2023.’ The book, penned by Abdullahi Tanimu, highlights the accomplishments of Governor Abdullahi Sule during his tenure.

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During his speech, Abdullahi Adamu not only declared his retirement but also expressed his developing reluctance towards political engagements and speeches. He conveyed his decision to step away from the political arena, emphasizing that he is transitioning into a phase of life where political activities no longer hold the appeal they once did.

At the event, Adamu took the opportunity to endorse and encourage the people of Nasarawa State to rally behind Governor Abdullahi Sule. He commended Sule for building upon the achievements of his predecessors, consolidating their successes, and introducing further improvements.

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“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,” Adamu remarked, signaling a clear departure from the political landscape.

In closing, Adamu requested forgiveness for refraining from making political statements, urging the community to extend continuous support, prayers, and goodwill to Governor Abdullahi Sule for the prosperity of Nasarawa State.

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The retirement of the former APC National Chairman marks a significant development in the political landscape, prompting reflection on the broader implications for the party and the state.

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