100 days in office: Buhari has strengthened Nigeria's institutions

100 days in office: Buhari has strengthened Nigeria's institutions

- President Buhari has been commended for his achievement in the first 100 days of assuming office

- The National Democratic Front (NDF) said the president has succeeded in strengthening various Nigerian institutions

- According to NDF, President Muhammdu Buhari has showed total commitment to the unity, growth and development of Nigeria

The National Democratic Front (NDF) has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for strengthening the Nigeria's institutions in the first 100 days of his second term.

The front in a statement signed by its secretary general, Bolaji Abdulkadir, said the president has showed total commitment to the unity, growth and development of Nigeria.

Abdulkadir affirmed that in the last 100 days of President Buhari, several sectors including the economy, security, international relations and health have benefited from the drastic upswing.

He also urged the president to maintain the same momentum while ensuring gains made in critical sectors in the first tenure are consolidated upon.

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Abdulkadir said the hopes and dreams of Nigerians were fixated on that man whose integrity and sincerity of heart and purpose had never been in doubt.

He added that in just 100 days since he assumed leadership of the country, there have been tales of strategic policy initiatives that are designed to set Nigeria on the path of progress.

He said: "President Muhammadu Buhari in the last 100 days has indeed demonstrated an unalloyed commitment to the unity of Nigeria, as well as its growth and development in a manner that is capable of evoking envy from other African countries."

He noted that the Last 100 days in Office of President Muhammadu Buhari has ushered in what is called the “Era of Abundance” for Nigeria due to the various policy initiatives that are being aggressively implemented across the country.

"It must be stated that President Muhammadu Buhari in his first tenure between 2015 and 2019, indeed set the agenda rolling through the implementation of laudable initiatives that is translating to tangibles in this era," Abdulkadir said.

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"This speaks volume of a man who is blessed with foresight and a man whose dedication to the leaving Nigeria better than he met it has never been doubted," he added.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a presidential election tribunal sitting in Abuja on Wednesday, September 11, affirmed the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari at the 2019 elections.

The tribunal among many other struck out an application by Atiku Abubakar over the allegation of widespread harassment of voters by the police and army at the poll.

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