To Avoid Problems, I’ll Be Far From Abuja Once I Leave Office – Buhari

To Avoid Problems, I’ll Be Far From Abuja Once I Leave Office – Buhari

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To Avoid Problems, I’ll Be Far From Abuja Once I Leave Office – Buhari

Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari has said for the umpteenth time that he will retire to his hometown in Daura, Katsina State to rest from the problems of the office and to avoid problems, when he leaves office on May 29, 2023.

I’ll Be Far From Abuja Once I Leave Office – Buhari

The President said this in Abuja on Sunday, while hosting Federal Capital Territory (FCT) residents on Christmas homage.

“Thank you very much for taking your time to come and visit me and I congratulate you for this great day (Christmas). I have promised a lot of my colleagues that I will try and be as far away as possible form Abuja when I leave office, so that nobody can create any problem for me anymore,” he said.

Buhari added,

“I will be in Daura, which is on the border with Niger Republic and I think in spite of technology, I will be safe enough there.”

He expressed his appreciation to Nigerians for trusting, supporting and giving him the opportunity to serve as their leader.

Buhari told the delegation, led by the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Mohammed Bello that while campaigning for President from 2003 to 2011, he took his time to visit the 774 Local Government Areas of the country and he got overwhelming support from the people.

The president, however used the occasion to assure Nigerians that he will not stay in office a day longer than the stipulated time of his tenure.

“I thank God that before the 2019 elections I went round the whole of the States and in 2003-2011, I went to all the Local Governments in this country and I thank Nigerians, the people who turned up in every Local Government were more than what anyone can buy. So, I was pleased with the way Nigerians highly treated me and accepted me. In five months’ time, I will happily retire according to the provisions of the constitution of the country and go back home,” he added.

Earlier, leader of the delegation and Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Bello, said it has become mandatory for a delegation of residents of the territory to pay homage to the President during festivities like Christmas and Sallah because he is the Governor General of the FCT.

“It is not surprising to pay such visits because constitutionally, as the Governor General of the FCT, you are also the head of the administration of the FCT but you have graciously delegated that to me. Today marks a milestone for us because in 2020 and 2021 we could not pay such visits due to the emergence of coronavirus,” he added.

The Minister took time to wish President Buhari long life and a successful retirement as his tenure gradually comes to an end.

He said:

“This also presents the last Christmas that we are going to have an opportunity as residents of the FCT to come and pay you homage because in five months’ time, your tenure would have ended and the next Christmas will be under a new President.

“So, we use this opportunity to thank God almighty for having made it possible for us to witness several Christmas celebrations under your leadership. I wish to also on behalf of the entire residents of the FCT, wish you well and pray for God almighty to grant you long life, useful and healthy retirement in the next few months. We want to also extend our appreciation for what you have so far done for the country.”

Archbishop Daniel Okoh, president of the Christian Association of Nigeria, who was represented by the Vice President of the Association, Rev Stephen Panya-Baba, thanked God for sustaining Nigeria’s unity, as he praised President Buhari for working hard for the progress of Nigeria.

“We want to reassure you that in the twilight of your administration, that the Christian community is fully in support of you and praying that God will bless your effort and that this desire you have to see that the sufferings of the citizens of this nation is alleviated, will begin to yield fruits.

“We are not unaware of the challenges that you continue to face especially security challenges which hav become a very persistent problem in our nation today and we are praying and we have not given up hope and we want to encourage you to continue doing your best and we believe God will one day intervene and do what man cannot do,” the Cleric stated.

He coveted successful and peaceful general elections across the country next year.

The event’s highlight was the presentation of a giant Christmas card by FCT Minister to the President on behalf of residents of the Federal Capital Territory.

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    This is a great summary and insightful article of the continued world struggles to promote solidarity.Fenelon MASSALA, journalistedrôle journaliste! voir militant d’opposition.comparer deux situations incomparables.même pas un simple argument pour étayer son article.Lida kouassi et Blé risquaient quoi à Abidjan?pour info monsieur le soit disant journaliste, le premier cité à violé son droit de réserve en fomentant un coup et les preuves étaient tellement abondantes qu’il à été rapidement extradé.une junte au pouvoir après un coup de force,surtout celle de Bamako, n’est pas un groupe en qui il faut faire confiance. Il n’est donc pas question pour Abidjan d’extrader qui que ce soit. ça a toujours été comme ça depuis houphouet et ça sera toujours comme ça.Nos hommes pris en otage à Bamako son quand même des soldats. ils sont formés pour affronter des situations difficiles et ils savent que nous ivoiriens les soutenons tous dans cette épreuve injuste. aussi longtemps que cette junte de voyous les retiendra,la diplomatie prévaudra sans jamais extrader personnes.This article should come with a health warning!! A very one sided view ……

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