Buhari gives self pass mark, says ''We've not done too badly

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The President, according to a press statement released by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, said this while receiving some members of the Buhari Diaspora Support Organisation, led by Mr. Charles Sylvester.

The President added that "looking at the condition in which the current administration met the country, we have not done too badly".

"You could nearly grow food on our roads, as they were abandoned".

The President, who noted that Nigeria was gifted with tremendous human and natural resources, regretted that the failure of some of the leadership the nation had in the past led to the inability of his administration to capitalise on resources to improve the lot of the people. "I wonder how all those things could have happened to our country." the president said. You have shown courage and sacrifice.

"Since Monday, President Buhari has been holidaying in London and has been unable to discharge the functions of his Office, in total disregard to the provisions of the Nigerian Constitution, disdain to Nigerians and flagrant abuse of his presidential office".

"You met a hard situation, but you have overcome majority". We are happy with the agriculture revolution, the ease of doing business, the anti-corruption war, the employment of youths through the N-Power programme, and the blockage of leakages in the public sector through the Treasury Single Account (TSA).

In his word, the coordinator said, "We are proud of the speed with which you recovered the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls". It shows you as a worthy General.

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The party said by running to Archbishop Justin Welby to declare that the insurgents and marauders pillaging our people are fighters from late Muammah Gadaffi's Libya, President Buhari confirmed the position of Nigerians that he is incapable of handling the security challenges of our nation.

"Our dear President, who is already seeking re-election, should not forget to tell the world that due to his harsh policies, the middle class has been wiped off, families are in distress; hunger, poverty and unusual diseases are now ravaging our people to the extent that Nigerians, once considered the happiest people on earth, are now resorting to slavery and suicide as options".

Ogba who commended the Rivers State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike on his insistence on for transparent PDP primaries in the state, and emphasised that credible general election in the country should begin with transparent primaries by various political parties.

"Many of us who supported him actually supported his incorruptible and disciplined personality".

The presidential aide posted: "President Muhammadu Buhari receives National leader of our great party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu (Jagaban) today (yesterday) in London".

The details of the meeting could not be ascertained.

President Buhari left Abuja for London more than one week ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings (CHOGM) scheduled for April 18-20.