My administration is committed to preserving democracy, rule of law - Buhari

My administration is committed to preserving democracy, rule of law - Buhari

- President Buhari has said that he will not falter to follow due process in his administration

- The president, speaking on Saturday, December 14, said that democracy and the rule of law must be upheld under his leadership

- Buhari added that he will not relent in his effort to uproot corruption out from Nigeria completely

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his administration is not relenting in its effort to weed out corruption from Nigeria.

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his administration is not relenting in its effort to weed out corruption Nigeria.

He added that under his leadership there will no hesitation to follow due process which is the bedrock of governance in any democratic setting.

The president said that through Sulaiman Yusuf, the deputy executive secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC) during the 44th convocation ceremony of the Obafemi Awolowo University, (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun state on Saturday, December 14.

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My administration is committed to preserving democracy, rule of law - Buhari
President Buhari said that under his leadership there will no hesitation to follow due process which is the bedrock of governance in any democratic setting.
Source: UGC

Quoting Buhari, Yusuf said: "We will not falter in our commitment to following due process, preserving the sanctity of the rule of law, battling deep-rooted corruption which has become a monster, securing lives and property of our people and revamping critical infrastructure.

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“We will continue to be unrelenting in enthroning hard work, honesty and place welfare of our citizens above anything else.”

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the presidency had replied a national newspaper over its editorial in which it vowed to start addressing the president as a major general.

In the editorial published in print on Wednesday, December 11, the national daily accused the President Muhammadu Buhari administration of serial disregard for human rights and some legal provisions of the Nigerian constitution.

It also accused the presidency of battering other arms of government and the country's democratic institutions.

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