The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Abdullahi Adamu, has said he doesn’t attack much importance to the call by Salihu Lukman, the North-West Vice-Chairman of the party, for him to resign.
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that Lukman said considering the National Chairman of the ruling party, president-elect (Bola Ahmed Tinubu), and vice-president-elect (Kashim Shettima) are all Muslims, it would be fair for Adamu to step down from his present position for ‘a Christian Chairman’.
But reacting to the demand for his resignation, Adamu, a Senator in the 9th National Assembly, said he won’t “condescend” to the level of joining issues with Lukman over the matter.
“I don’t have time to take on Salihu Lukman on that. I have more important issues to think about, talk about, and attend to. I don’t want to condescend to that level,” Adamu told Daily Trust.