We will do our best until the end of the mandate in 17 months – Buhari


President Muhammadu Buhari assured that his administration would continue to do its best for the development of the country until May 2023, reiterating that he would hand over the baton as stipulated in the Constitution.

The president spoke on Thursday in Maiduguri, Borno state, after the commissioning of the Oriental Energies Resource Ltd Hanger, the Muhammadu Indimi distance learning center and an international conference center offered to the ‘Maiduguri University by business tycoon Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi.

A statement issued by Femi Adesina, special advisor to the president (media and publicity) said

President Buhari also commissioned Tijjani Bolori Memorial High School and Borno State’s first flyby, Custom Roundabout (3.5 km) with a 10 km stretch of Gamboru Ngala Road built by the state government. .

The President said, “I know I have sworn by the Constitution and will be leaving in 17 months. I pray that the person who succeeds us will also follow the objectives of securing the country and building the economy.

“Without securing the country, you cannot grow the economy.”

President Buhari said Nigerians should assess the administration’s performance based on the security, economic and corruption situation before she arrived, and where she is currently.

“We have a great country,” he said, “and we thank God for giving us so many resources. But we have to develop our resources.

The president noted that development would be more sustainable by empowering the population.

Regarding security in the Northwest, he said it was sad that people who had lived together, sharing the same culture and outlook for a long time, began to steal, kidnap and kill each other.

The president said the military would attack the northwest hard to stabilize the situation, after purchasing more equipment.

“I am very impressed with what I saw at this state-of-the-art distance learning center and auditorium located here, Maiduguri University. I am told that this international conference hall has 1,300 seats. The high level of quality of this building is a major contribution of Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi. This intervention will not only benefit students from Borno and the North East, but also students from all parts of Nigeria.

“For the Oriental Energy Resources Hangar that I have ordered, it will host and offer support services to planes and pilots involved in humanitarian air services,” the president noted.

President Buhari also congratulated Professor Babagana Zulum, Governor of Borno, for the work he had accomplished in two years, noting that he was in the state at the beginning of June to commission development projects.

In his remarks, Governor Zulum thanked the president for honoring the state, adding that Alhaji Indimi’s contributions to the state’s development showed he loved his people.

“Words cannot express our gratitude for political sense,” he said.

Governor Zulum said the state recognized Alhaji Indimi’s contributions by renaming the Damboa Road in his honor, now Alhajji Muhammadu Indimi Road.

In his remarks, Alhaji Indimi said he was motivated to build the Distance Learning Center and the International Conference Center to encourage education in the state.

“I think the center will help provide training and skills as well as encourage those who will take courses in remote locations,” he said.

University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Aliyu Shugaba thanked President Buhari for honoring the invitation and Alhaji Indimi for his contribution.


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