What I will do in the remaining four months – President Buhari

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has revealed what he would do in the remaining four months of his administration as president of the country.

He noted that he would deploy the remaining four months to be steadfast in governance and plan his retirement very well.

Buhari made this known on Monday in Damaturu the Yobe state capital, during his visit to the Emir’s palace the Damaturu, Hashimi II El-Kanemi.

On the issue of  security in the country, Buhari enjoined Nigerians to develop a strong sense of confidence in their country, especially its institutions and desist from allowing any terrorist groups to destabilize Nigeria again.

‘‘With the four months I have left as President, I’ll continue to be steadfast and I hope that I will retire in peace,” he stated.

He added that the government is committed to protecting the right of Nigerian children to education, particularly those displaced from their homes by Boko Haram.

He said, ‘‘We have gone through so much as a country but I will appeal to you all to maintain steadfastness and making sure that we will not allow anybody to disorganize us again”.

The number one citizen however expressed delight at the return of peace to Yobe State and Northeast Nigeria.

He attributed the prevailing peace to the ingenuity of Governor Mai Mala Buni of Yobe State and his Borno State counterpart, Prof Babagana Zulum.

According to Buhari, both leaders have been persistent in reconstructing schools, health centers and institutions destroyed by the misguided terrorists.

Recall that Buhari has in recent times been saying he was looking forward to a life of retirement from the presidency as he would stay far away from Abuja the seat of power.

He added that he would be relocating to Daura his hometown after May 29th hand over date to enjoy his retirement,

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