- President Muhammadu has insisted that he is ready to move on immediate he leaves offices in the year 2023
- The president said the only thing on his mind after leaving office is to go back to his farm which he inherited from his forefathers
- Meanwhile, he said his administration had taken various decisions including the closure of land borders for two years for the benefit of farmers
Ahead of the expiration of his administration, President Muhammadu Buhari has insisted that his farm in Daura, handed to him by his forefathers, is the next thing on his mind after leaving office.
Going further, Buhari said his administration had taken various decisions including the closure of land borders for two years for the benefit of farmers who were the driving force of the rural economy, expressing happiness that these had worked well for the nation.
He commended the nation’s farmers for the record production of rice and other food commodities and expressed satisfaction that the agricultural policies of the administration were working to good effect.
“I have a good understanding of the country and its people. That is why we instituted those agricultural policies. I said we must grow what we eat and eat what we grow.
“This is a country that was once dependent on foreign rice. We closed the border to foreign rice. I said why can’t we eat Nigerian rice, and with the policies put in place, Nigerians are eating home grown rice.
Buhari declare war against Boko Haram, ISWAP, others
Buhari made this known at the graduation ceremony of 247 students of the Senior Course 44 of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College in Jaji, Kaduna state.
In his remark, President pledged that his administration will at all times make available support to the military in the fight against terrorists.
“I am the African champion of anti-corruption”, says President Buhari
Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari yet again says his administration has done well in the fight against corruption stating that he is setting the pace and leaving behind a legacy.
President Buhari made this remark on Thursday, July 14 at the African Day of Anti-Corruption urging that there is a need to sustain the tempo in the fight against corruption.
He described himself as the African champion of anti-corruption.