The President published a long list of achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari‘s administration during his eight years in office, noting that he has served well and that despite criticism he has not left Nigeria. as met.
A statement from the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said the 91-page document containing the administration’s achievements was a one-stop shop, adding that it was compiled by the president’s communications team.
According to the press release, the document is titled:
The all-inclusive “Buhari’s Footprints in the Sands of Time” attempts to answer questions from citizens who may not have known about all that has hitherto been recognized as the government’s achievements.
“In about four weeks, President Muhammadu Buhari will become the country’s first citizen,” the statement said. For 8 years served, having a positive impact on almost all areas of the national landscape:
security, economy, anti-corruption, infrastructure; railways, roads, air and sea ports, electricity, housing, water resources, oil and gas sector, legal issues, foreign affairs, sports, youth development, etc. “The Presidential Communications team here delivers on one-stop achievements under the eight-year, two-term Buhari administration. It’s a collector’s item, an answer to the quibble about a half-empty cup rather than a half-full cup.
“Those who objectively review this flyer objectively will agree that President Buhari has come and served with dignity. As promised many times, he will not leave Nigeria as we met.
“A newsletter from the government? It is so and so much more. Welcome to see Muhammadu Buhari’s indelible footprints in the sands of time,” he said.
The achievements in the document highlight achievements in education and health, tax reform, trade, currency, and investment, state support, creative industries and sports, the Niger Delta, anti-corruption and transparency, law enforcement and security, judicial reform, and diplomacy. and international relations, bilateral highlights, international appointments organized by Nigerians, and response to coronavirus.