Buhari To Ministers: I Hope Daura Won’t Be Too Far For You After May 29

President Muhammadu Buhari has said he looks forward to welcoming ministers who would not see Daura, his hometown in Katsina, as a long distance after May 29.

Speaking at a valedictory session of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Wednesday, Buhari said he would have enough time to tend to his cattle when his eight-year administration expires on May 29, 2023.

He declared that he would be eager to devote time to several tasks that he has been unable to do since taking office in 2015.

Adding, “I also thank God for the strength and for keeping us together,” Buhari stated.

“I anticipate seeing a lot of you, indicating that Daura has not grown too far away simply because I am no longer Mr. President.

The numerous activities I have been unable to do since May 29th, 2015 will also make me joyful, including one of my favourite pastimes: caring for my cattle.

I expect to hear good news whenever any of our names are mentioned and wish us all the best. God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria and thank you.

In a call for support for Bola Tinubu, the president-elect who will take office in a few days, he said, “I am proud to say we gave our best.”

However, the President praised his ministers for cooperating closely despite several obstacles and difficulties and maintaining the synergy that led to his successes.

Buhari thanked both the senior and junior personnel for their support over the course of his administration’s eight-year tenure when he met with them as well. According to Daily trust.

He emphasised that, given the constraints of its resources, his government had made an effort to take into account the opinions of its workforce and to address some of their demands.