Murtala Nyako, former governor of Adamawa state, who lost the bid to return to office, on Friday said he would continue his farming business and also contribute his quota to humanity.
Addressing reporters after the verdict delivered on Friday, Nyako said his major reason for going to court was to seek redress over his “illegal” removal.
He accepted the outcome of Supreme Court judgment in good faith.
“I am relaxed and will remain so; I always believe that the future is better,” he said.
The former governor, who spoke in Hausa language, thanked his supporters and well wishers for their show of support and solidarity.
“Thank you, my people of Adamawa for the show of love,” he said.