President Buhari promises not to fail Nigerians

President Buhari promises not to fail Nigerians

- President Muhammadu Buhari has promised not let Nigerians down

- The president said he will keep doing his best and the expectations of Nigerians will be met

- Buhari also expressed gratitude to all Nigerians for the opportunity to serve a second term in office

President Buhari Tuesday, May 7, in Abuja said he will not let Nigerians down in providing effective and result-oriented leadership that safeguards and ensures a better life for citizens. He assured that he is conscious of the weight of responsibility on his shoulders.

Speaking after attending the daily Tafsir (Quranic interpretations) marking the month of Ramadan fast at the State House Mosque, President Buhari said the reality of his office weighs heavily on his mind at all times, and he will keep working to deliver an improved life to Nigerians.

The president said he knows what to do, and will not fail Nigerians.

President Buhari expressed gratitude to all Nigerians for the opportunity to serve a second term in office. He said their expectations for giving him the mandate will be met.

I know what to do, I will not fail Nigerians - Buhari

President Buhari participates at the Opening of the 2019 Ramadan Tafsir in State House Mosque on May 7. Credit: Femi Adesina.
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“The expectations of Nigerians will be met. I will not let them down. I will continue to do my best,” he said.

The president reiterated his earlier message on the occasion of Ramadan to Nigerians that discipline should be the watch word of every citizen. He advised citizens to use the fasting period to reflect and be more constructive in purpose by promoting harmony.

I know what to do, I will not fail Nigerians - Buhari

The president said the reality of his office weighs heavily on his mind at all times, and he will keep working to deliver an improved life to Nigerians. Credit: Femi Adesina
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He said the fasting period also provides good opportunity for charity.

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In his remarks, Chief Imam of the Mosque, Sheik Abdulwaheed Sulaiman gave thanks to Almighty Allah for allowing the general election to take place peacefully throughout the country. He called for repentance and prayers to avert the current security challenges confronting the nation. He said the security incidents are a test from God.

President Buhari had earlier sent greetings to Nigerians in general and Muslims in particular as they commence the month-long Ramadan fast. Buhari called for the continued peace, progress and prosperity of the country.

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