Musa Adamu, vice-chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bauchi south senatorial district, has rescinded his decision to resign from his position.
Adamu tendered his resignation on Friday, accusing the leadership of the party in the state of “unethical behaviours”.
But addressing journalists in Bauchi on Saturday, Adamu said he decided to back down as a result of intervention from his party’s stakeholders.
“I have decided to withdraw my resignation today because I have seen reason to do so based on the intervention of the stakeholders and based on my respect for the party and people of the zone,” he said.
“After tendering my resignation letter, members of the state executive council of our party rejected it and prevailed on me to withdraw the letter because I did not consult any of the stakeholders before taking such decision.
“I am not representing myself alone but the people of the seven local government areas under my zone.”