The Country’s Future lies in the Hand of The Leaders – Buhari

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has come to say that Nigeria is a country that is very difficult to govern. The septuagenarian lamented that no matter how hard he tries, some people would still find faults in his government. Adding that as a leader, he has to accept the challenges of leadership and learn to live by them. The president made this known while fielding questions from reporters after receiving some of his aides and close friends who visited him at the presidential villa in Abuja in commemoration of his 77th birthday. “I think I come to accept the realities of leadership in Nigeria, you can only try, it is a terrific country, no matter what you do, there are people on daily basis that look for your faults and go to the press, so you have to learn to live by that,” he said.

The Country’s Future lies in the Hand of The Leaders – Buhari.

The President, Muhammadu Buhari, on Thursday, stated that the people will be doing themselves a lot of favor by doing the right thing.

President Buhari while speaking at the State House, Abuja when he hosted Gambia President, Adama Barrow.

He however, noted that the future of the country lies in the hands of its leaders.

He said, “We must respect our people, and appreciate their support. And when people do the right things, they do themselves a lot of favor.”

Buhari while remembering the role Nigeria played in removing Yahya Jammeh, Gambia’s former President, who had refused to accept the defeat of election in 2016, noted that it was the least Nigeria could do, in leading an ECOWAS onslaught against the sit-tight President.

“I was in the Gambia physically at least two times,” President Buhari recalled, adding: “It was the least we could do to stabilize the region.

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