I Can Hardly Cope With The Pressure On Me, Can’t Wait Till May 29th – Buhari

According to Vanguard Newspaper, the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd), has revealed that he is under intense pressure in the last few days of his administration.

The Nigerian leader on Tuesday night said he is earnestly looking forward to the next six days to exit power.

Speaking at the commissioning ceremony of the Armed Forces Officers Mess and the last presidential/regimental dinner held in his honour by the Military High Command at new Mess, Asokoro, Abuja, the President said he had been under tremendous pressure to keep up with the multitude of activities and festivities planned for the May 29 inauguration, while also meeting up with official obligations of his office.

The outgoing Nigerian president while showing appreciation for the sacrifices security agencies have made so far, he charged the military, police, para-military, as well as other security and intelligence services not to relent in working to guarantee complete security in every area of the country.

He said, “Actually, I can hardly cope with the pressure and I’m desperately looking forward to the next six days, before saying good night at about 11pm.