Presidential Aid Makes Shocking Revelation: Nigerians Will Miss Buhari When He Leaves Office!
The Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has made a statement in which he said that Nigerians will miss President Muhammadu Buhari after he leaves office.
Shehu made the comment during an interview with Channels Television, where he lamented the level of criticisms that have been thrown at the President during his time in office.
Shehu argued that leaders are not loved while in office, and cited the case of former President Goodluck Jonathan, who he said was persecuted out of office, but has now become the favorite of many Nigerians.
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He believes that the same will happen with President Buhari, and that Nigerians will yearn for him after he hands over power to the next president come May 29.
Regarding the cashless policy, Shehu affirmed that the current cashless policy of the present administration is desirable and therefore irreversible.
He argued that “cashless is the way forward for Nigeria because cashless nations and, in fact, all advanced nations of the world have gone cashless”.
Shehu acknowledged the challenges that have accompanied the change but said it is sad that the only people who should have been more pained are the ones who are inflicting pain on the lower segment of the society.
President Buhari has been in office since May 2015 and is currently serving his second term.
During his tenure, he has faced numerous challenges, including an economic recession, security challenges in the northeast, and a significant drop in oil prices, which is Nigeria’s main source of revenue.
Despite these challenges, President Buhari has been credited with making some significant strides in the fight against corruption, improving the country’s infrastructure, and diversifying the economy.
Many Nigerians have been critical of President Buhari’s leadership, particularly in the area of security.
The country has been plagued by insurgency, banditry, and kidnappings, with many calling for the president to do more to protect the citizens.
However, it appears that Shehu believes that history will judge President Buhari more kindly, and that he will be missed by many after he leaves office.
In conclusion, the statement made by Garba Shehu is likely to generate mixed reactions from Nigerians.
While some may agree with his assessment that President Buhari will be missed, others may argue that his leadership has not been effective enough to warrant such sentiment.
Only time will tell how history will judge President Buhari’s tenure in office.