100 days in office: Nigerians in diaspora score Buhari

100 days in office: Nigerians in diaspora score Buhari

- Nigerians living outside the country have commended President Buhari's administration on their first 100 days in offices

- The Nigerians in diaspora said the president scored high in critical sectors of the nation's economy

- According to these Nigerians, President Buhari's administration has been rated high for tackling insecurity, anti-corruption and reviving the economy

Some Nigerians in the diaspora have scored the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration after its first hundred days in office.

These Nigerians under the aegis Arise Nigeria (AN) has rated President Buhari's administration high for tackling insecurity, anti-corruption and reviving the economy.

According to the group which headquartered in London, United Kingdom and branches across Europe, Asia, America and other parts of Africa, President Buhari has surpassed expectations through improvements in all sectors of the economy in the last four years.

In a report signed by the group's chairman and its chief operating officer, Philip Edeawor and Charles Eze, the AN said it gathered feedback on the policy initiatives and level of implementation.

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Urging the president to maintain the same vigour and expediency in the remaining four years of his administration, the group said the introduction of the Whistle Blowing Policy gave rise to tremendous successes in the fight against corruption.

The group said: “The administration also introduced institutional reforms that strengthened the various anti-corruption agencies such as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC)."

The group said before the advent of the President Buhari's administration, Boko Haram terrorist occupied over 16 local government areas in north east region of Nigeria and the activities of militant groups such as the Niger Delta Avengers, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and the Indigenous People of Biafra were unabated.

"The efforts of the Armed Forces as well as the political will exhibited by the government has indeed assisted tremendously in turning the tide against Boko Haram terrorist in north east Nigeria. Also, the activities of other militant groups have been curtailed," the group said.

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"Convincingly the last 100 days of Mr. President has witnessed sustained efforts to domesticate the legacies of his administration. Arise Nigeria is therefore confident that Mr. President is on track and his lieutenants in the critical sector be commended," it added.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the presidency said President Buhari has done well in his first 100 days since assuming office on May 29.

The special assistant to President Buhari on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, said Nigerians should expect more on the president's next level agenda.

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