Friday, 16 February 2018

Buhari still promises to deliver change to Nigerians With less than one and half yrs to the end of his tenure.

Ohh! Change they say is a continuous process, but can that statement really be applied in this case?
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday reiterated his administration’s resolve to take Nigeria to the next level not minding the challenges that have continued to bedevil the country since his emergence about two years years ago.
The lifespan of the current administration expires on May 29, 2019.
Nigeria had soon after Buhari became president witnessed an unprecedented recession, and as the country appears to be coming out of hunger and sufferings associated with the economic downturn, the wanton killings of innocent citizens by suspected Fulani herdsmen across the country has become another nightmare for Nigerians.
But Buhari, in his remarks at the induction of the Nigerian Air Force’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Tsaigumi, in Kaduna State on Thursday, assured Nigerians of his government’s determination to pull Nigeria out of its many challenges.
In his speech, which was made available to newsmen by the Presidency’s media office, Buhari called on all Nigerians to support his government to achieve its objectives.

“Let me again reiterate our commitment and firm resolve to take this nation to the next level. We remain determined to overcome all challenges to our security and development as a nation.“I enjoin all well-meaning Nigerians to join hands with us to make our collective dreams of greatness a reality,” he said.
On his party’s promised change, Buhari said that his administration “remains determined, despite numerous challenges to bring about the much-needed change that will lift our beloved nation to its rightful place as a major economic and political force on the world stage.”
According to President Buhari, part of his government’s drive to achieve the goal is to enable enterprise and the improvement of the quality of life through massive improvement of national infrastructure.

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