Jan 25, 2022

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President Muhammadu Buhari Says He Has Given His Best to Nigeria – Legit.ng

  • President Muhammadu Buhari has assessed his almost seven-year term as Nigerian head of state
  • The president said he had done his best to the country and called for it On Nigerians To Ponder His Government’s Efforts
  • The President made the statement while answering questions from Cyril Stober, a news editor for the state-run NTA. strong>

Aso Rock – President Muhammadu Buhari says he did his best for the country and hopes the Nigerians will do his Efforts will be made after he leaves office.

In an interview with the NTA on Thursday January 6th, Buhari said he did not expect any appreciation from Nigerians.

The President insisted that he did well in the assessment based on the conditions he met when he took office.

His words:

“I was governor, minister, and I’m doing my second term as president. So I’ve gone through all the systems and what else can I do for this country?

“I’ve done my best and I hope Nigerians will think about it after I leave. I don’t expect appreciation, but I expect that Nigerians say this man did his best. That’s what I expect from Nigerians. “

The lecturer says he gave up restoring Nigeria after seeing Buhari

In response to the latest interview, President Ahmed Magawata, a lecturer at the Federal College of Education Yola, Adamawa state, said it was difficult to maintain optimism about the restoration of Nigeria in the remaining time Buhari will stay in power.

He wrote on Facebook:

“24 hours after Channels TV aired its interview with the president, NTA was broadcasting on Thursday the 6th. Yes He made his own version of an interview with the President at 8:00 p.m. on January 1st, 2022. But it only lasted 28 minutes as opposed to 40 minutes on Channels TV.

“The President’s reaction to the questions during the interview was no different from the one shown during his interview with TV.

“I struggled to express my optimism for the restoration of the c country for the remaining term of President Muhammadu Buhari.”

Buhari insists that APC is not a safe haven for corrupt politicians

According to Buhari, even if the defendants join the corruption of his party, they cannot get away scot-free.

He stated, that such defectors have not stopped his government’s insistence on accountability at all levels.

Buhari urges Nigerian youth not to depend on the government for jobs

Earlier, in an interview with Channels Television, Buhari asked Nigerian youths to use their education and notoriety to improve themselves rather than seeing them as a ticket to depending on the government for jobs, saying: < / p>

“I wish when they go to school; if you work hard; If they graduate, they don’t because they think the government has to give them jobs. ”

The president regretted that the colonial administration indoctrinated the people afterward waiting for government jobs on the way to school.