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JUNE 12: Buhari to Nigerians “I have brought Nigeria back to its feet”
During the June 12 Democracy Day celebration, President Mohammadu Buhari revealed that his All Progressive Congress led administration has brought Nigeria back to its feet through its change agenda.
It will interest you to know that Buhari, who came into office in 2015 after the 16-year rule of the PDP, smade the remark during his inaugural speech at the Eagle Square, Abuja.
In his word: “In my first term, we put Nigeria back on its feet. We are working again despite a difficult environment in oil on which we depend too much for our exports. We encountered huge resistance from vested interests who do not want Change, But Change has come, we now must move to the Next Level. By the Grace of God, I intend to keep the oath I have made today and to serve as President for all Nigerians.”
The APC leader further stressed that he respects the independence of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), and affirmed that the 2019 general elections were free, fair and peaceful.
“Throughout the last four years, I respected the independence of INEC. I ensured that INEC got all the resources it needed for independent and impartial management of elections in the country. All interested parties are agreed that the recent elections, which except for pockets of unrest, were free, fair and peaceful.
“I thank all the people who worked for our party, who campaigned and who voted for us. I thank my fellow Nigerians, who, since 2003 have consistently voted for me. Victory is your greatest reward; peace, unity and greater prosperity will be our collective legacy.” he said