He explained in the letter that he has worked for a year but was not duly remunerated which was why he tendered his resignation.
According to Sahara Reporters, Adojutelegan tendered his resignation in December 2016 in a cover letter which was acknowledged by the state minister in March, 2017.
"I appreciate the rare opportunity you offered me to serve our country notwithstanding the personal sacrifice I had to make to work for you without any form of remuneration in the last one year.”
He said when the minister was appointed in December 2015, he was not paid any salary.
He said: "I didn't receive any remuneration, and I worked for a year without receiving any allowances and salary although I wasn't complaining about that.
"I want the whole world to know that I made a lot of sacrifices and the resignation is for the record that I didn't receive any allowance or payment.
"It was a sacrifice for me to leave my law practice in London and come down to Nigeria and got an accommodation for about four million naira without being given a refund.
"It was a sacrifice for me to stay in a hotel for two months and spent about over a million naira without being paid for it.”