President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, January 31, disclosed that upon leaving power, on May 29, 2023, he would have bequeathed a home-grown economy, stable democracy as well as revamped security forces to Nigeria.
The president, who spoke at a dinner in honor of the 2022 Committee of Business, Political, Media and Civil Society Leaders, held at the State House, Abuja, pledged his commitment to hand over a strong, repositioned, agriculture-led, diversified, home-grown economy, a stable democracy and revamped armed and security forces to the next administration.
The president, according to a statement by his Media Adviser, Femi Adesina, said he was looking forward to completing his tenure in 2023, leaving a legacy for a united, peaceful, and prosperous Nigeria with 24 years of uninterrupted democracy.
While assuring Nigerians that his administration would finish strong in the last lap of his tenure, the president said;
”I am gradually entering my final year in office. It is a period I intend to spend not only on consolidating the achievements of the past seven years but also to leave a legacy for a united, peaceful, and prosperous Nigeria. I take this initiative to mean that you all intend to collaborate with this administration in that direction”.