Economy & Politics
June 12, 2021
I will Like To Handover A Secured and Prosperous Nigeria To My Successor-President Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari says he will like to handover to his successor a secured and prosperous Nigeria when his tenure elapses in 2023.

 

He shared this in an exclusive interview with the Nigeria Television Authority on the "State of the Nation".

 

The President promised to uphold the constitution and strengthen the democratic process in the country.

 

Watch the Video Courtesy Nigeria Television Authority

 

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