Again, Buhari Makes Powerful Statement About Leaving Office on Monday, May 29

Again, Buhari Makes Powerful Statement About Leaving Office on Monday, May 29

  • Nigeria's president has announced his readiness to leave office as the president of Nigeria by May 29
  • The president made this disclosure in Aso Rock, Presidential Villa while meeting with the United States of America's (USA) Ambassador to Nigeria Mary Beth Leonard
  • According to President Buhari, he will go back home to Daura, Katsina state to become a big landlord while tending to his farm and livestock

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President Muhammadu Buhari has said that he is eager to leave office as scheduled on Monday, May 29.

While speaking during his meeting with the outgoing United States of America's Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard, the president said he hope to become a "big landlord" in his home probably in Katsina state.

President Muhammadu Buhari in his farm, animals, Katsina state, Daura
The president said he will become a big landlord in Daura while tending to his animals and farm.

President Muhammadu Buhari also said that after retiring from office on Monday, May 29, he will be working on his farms and tending to his 300 animals back in his hometown, Daura in Katsina state.

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