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I’ve Fulfilled All My Promises to Nigerians, Says Buhari

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FCT, Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari said he has delivered on his pledges to Nigerians in combating the Boko Haram insurgency, reviving the economy, and battling corruption.

This was contained in a statement by Femi Adesina, his special adviser on media and publicity on Tuesday.

Buhari says he Fulfilled All his Promises to Nigerians
I’ve Fulfilled All My Promises to Nigerians, Says Buhari | Daily Trust; Source: UGC

According to reports, Adesina said that the president made this statement at a banquet held in his honor by Yobe state governor in Damaturu yesterday.

He added that Buhari further asserted that no one could use his position as president to extort him with claims of enigmatic wealth and illegal enrichment, saying, “I do not have one square-inch outside Nigeria.”


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The statement read, “Speaking at a State banquet, Monday night, organised in his honour in Damaturu, the Yobe State capital, the President restated his vow to serve God and Nigeria until his last day in office and beyond.

“He advised Nigerians to remain patriotic, saying ‘as I said more than 30 years ago, we have no other country than Nigeria, we must all stay here and salvage it together.’

“Noting that the most critical security challenge inherited by the administration nearly eight years ago was the potent and pervasive threat of terrorism, the President expressed delight that normalcy has returned to affected States in North-East Nigeria.

“He recounted that the threat was particularly pervasive across the North-East geopolitical zone with Yobe State as one of the most hit by the terrorists.

“He, therefore, declared that he has fulfilled the commitment made to Nigerians in his May 29, 2015 inaugural address to frontally and courageously tackle Boko Haram terrorists and stabilize the country.

“‘In the North-East, God has helped us to clear Boko Haram, the economy has picked up and some people are asking me about the achievements of my promise to fight corruption.

“‘Well, under this system fighting corruption is not easy. When I was in the military, as Head of State, I locked up some people because the Constitution says you must declare your assets and people who couldn’t explain the differences in their assets, I locked them up.

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