Mustapha however said the emergence of President Muhammadu Buhari in the last election halted the move.
Although he contemplated leaving the state and relocating to Cameroon, he said the emergence of President Muhammadu Buhari and the determination of the administration to curb insecurity, and its success in that regards, helped to made him stay.
Lamido Adamawa said this during the commencement of the construction of two major township roads in the state.
The state Governor, Mohammed Jibrilla, led his deputy, Martins Babale, and other key members of his cabinet, including the state Commissioner for Works, Lilian Stephen, to officially unveil the construction of the Yolde-Pate link road, on Thursday.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mustapha blamed the soaring insecurity under the administration of former President Goodluck as the factor that forced people to flee the area.
“You will agree with me that just two years ago, all of us here were preparing to leave. I was also planning to leave for Cameroon. But God, in His mercies, brought us peace. He brought us Muhammadu Buhari and we can all attest to the works of his hands, especially in the aspect that has to do with the security of lives,” the top monarch said.
Lamido also said that insecurity, which used to be a nightmare, literally disappeared under President Muhammadu Buhari.
He said, “Insecurity, which used to be our worst night mare, has now become an issue that is now of less concern.
“May God Almighty continue to guide everyone who is a part of this and keep them in good health and grant them peace, just as they are also working tirelessly to give us peace.”