- Nigerians have been asked to be fair in their assessment of what President Muhammadu Buhari's administration has achieved so far
- The Nigerian leader made this request on Thursday, January 20, while on a 2-day visit to Kaduna state to commission projects
- Buhari gave the assurances that his administration is determined to hand over a better Nigeria than the one inherited
Buhari while on a 2-day visit to Kaduna state to commission projects called on citizens to be fair in their assessment of what his government has achieved so far, Channels TV reports.
The Nigerian leader, speaking at the Emir of Jema’a Alhaji Muhammadu Isa’s Palace in Kafanchan, assured that his administration was determined to hand over a better Nigeria than the one they inherited.
In another report by Vanguard, Buhari said his administration was determined to unfold programmes that would improve people’s lives.
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He went on to appeal to citizens that they should have confidence in the ability of the security agents to bring the situation to normalcy.
You are writing your history in letters of gold, Buhari hails El-Rufai
Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai has been commended by President Buhari for his development efforts in the state.
Buhari made the remark while inaugurating some projects in Kaduna state during his two-day working visit.
He hailed El-Rufai for the infrastructural development in the state, adding that Kaduna has recorded significant development.
According to the president, El-Rufai is devoted to transforming Kaduna and has been very successful in doing so.
Thousands of Kaduna residents welcome Buhari
Earlier in the day, thousands of people welcomed President Buhari to Kafanchan, the southern part of Kaduna state.
The president was on his way to pay homage to Emir of Jema’a when his convoy was besieged by excited residents who waved frantically.
Bashir Ahmad, Buhari's personal assistant on digital/new media shared the video on his verified Twitter page.
Buhari arrived in Kaduna on Monday, January 19, for a two-day working visit.