Buhari pledges to leave in 2023, warns tenure extension campaigners

Buhari pledges to leave in 2023, warns tenure extension campaigners

” I swore by the Holy Qur’ an that I will serve in accordance with the constitution and leave when my time is up. No “Tazarce” (period extension). I do not desire anyone to begin discussing and marketing for unconstitutional extension. I will decline that.”

So stated President Muhammadu Buhari at a conference in Makkah with a choose group of Nigerians homeowner in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where he simply ended a see.

President Buhari likewise tacitly revealed assistance to efforts to increase the function of innovation in the country’s elections, arguing that the intro of the card reader and electronic register was God’s response to his prayers, having actually been cheated of his triumph in 3 previous elections.

” After the 3rd so-called defeat, I stated, ‘God Dey’. My challengers made fun of me however God addressed my prayers by generating innovation. At that point, no one can take their votes or purchase them,” the President included.

President Buhari, who ended his check out to the Kingdom with the Friday Prayers at the Grand Mosque in Makkah stated he will continue to follow the constitution in all its implications and he will at all times monitor and handle his ministers on very same basis.

He provided guarantees at the conference that in the balance of “eighteen months or two of my time left, whatever I can do to enhance the life of Nigerians, I will do it for the nation.”

The President applauded diaspora Nigerians in the Kingdom for representing the nation well and forecasting its great image.

He likewise utilized the chance to prompt people in the house to be reasonable to his administration at all times, asking the critics to compare the security scenarios in the North East and South in 2015 and how things have actually enhanced as at now.

” My issue is the North West where individuals are eliminating and taking from one another. I needed to be really hard on them and I will continue to be extremely hard up until we put them in line and restore order,” he stated.

President Buhari prompted Nigerians residing in the nation to appreciate the laws, stay obedient and not do anything to derogate from the numerous years of friendly and equally helpful relationships in between the 2 nations.

A leader of the neighborhood, Abdulkadir Maikudi, who spoke on behalf of the group asked for the President to help the privately-run Nigerian International School in the Kingdom by equipping it to offer science and technical education.

The Nigerian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Yahaya Lawal and the Consul-General in Jeddah, Abdulkarim Mansur, vouched for the excellent conduct of the almost 1.5 million Nigerians there.


According to them, “Nigerian experts are succeeding and predicting a great picture of our nation.”

Garba Shehu

Senior Special Assistant to the President

( Media & Publicity)

October 29, 2021

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