100 Days Of Buhari: 1 Out Of 222 Campaign Promises Achieved

100 Days Of Buhari: 1 Out Of 222 Campaign Promises Achieved

Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), Abuja, in it report made available to Legit.ng has revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari has only achieved 1 out of tracked 222 promises, which constitutes 0.5%.

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It also said the president has made “noticeable progress has been made to achieving 24 promises, while no action has been taken so far to achieve 197” which constitute 10.8% and 88.7% respectively.

According to the report, oil and gas industry, combating corruption and insecurity in North East Nigeria have been priorities of the government.

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“More so, efforts have been made to improve power supply, agriculture, create employment and forge more coherent regional and global ties. Despite this development, the report expresses concerns about decline in the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and its implication on the economy, depreciation of naira against major foreign currency and military approach adopted by the government in the fight against insurgency. It also documented incremental security challenge posed by the phenomenon of armed banditry and government irresponsiveness to address the social menace.”

The report recommends PMB should immediately constitute cabinet to enhance smooth running of the government in tackling challenges confronting the country. It further states that government must unveil its policy direction, articulate a “Marshal plan” to address insecurity, direct efforts to implementing policies and programmes for employment generation and that urgent action should be taken to fulfill unrated 197 promises.

Have a look at the full report below:

Buhari Performance After 100 Days In Office

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The report was released on the 7 of September 2015, with CDD report highlighting areas of priorities of the government, actions taken by the government to achieving specific promises, key concerns and makes specific recommendations.

Meanwhile, Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state does not seem to be relenting in his criticism of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

He said Buhari’s only achievement in 100 days as the president is the harassment of members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and those considered as enemies to the President’s party, the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Source: Legit.ng

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