General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) assuaged many Nigerians’ anxieties by announcing that he will leave office in 17 months.
This was revealed by Buhari yesterday in Maiduguri, Borno State, at the commissioning of development projects. He was accompanied by the State Governor, Babagana Zulum, as well as other dignitaries.
Oriental Energies Resource LTD’s airplane hanger, Muhammed Indimi Distance Learning Centre, and International Conference Centre were among the projects.
In Maiduguri, the President also dedicated the Tijjani Bolori Memorial Secondary School and the Custom Roundabout Flyover.
‘I know I swore by the constitution, and I will leave in 17 months,’ Femi Adeshina, the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, said in a statement. ‘I pray that the person who will take over from us will follow the targets of securing the country and building the economy.’
The President invited Nigerians to evaluate his administration’s achievements in terms of security, economic, and anti-corruption efforts.