Former Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari recently gave an interview where he discussed his departure from the presidency and shed light on a curious moment that caught the public’s attention – the time he slapped his chair before leaving Aso Rock.
After serving for eight years, Buhari surprised many by expressing contentment with his accomplishments when asked about what he missed from his time in office.
“I don’t think I miss much,” Buhari said.
Despite the challenges and responsibilities that come with leading a nation, he did not dwell on a sense of longing for his past role.
During the interview, Buhari elaborated on the symbolic gesture of slapping the chair on his final day in office, explaining that it was his unique way of bidding farewell.
This act has sparked public discussions, with many speculating on the emotions and sentiments associated with leaving such a significant position of power.
The interview, set to be aired at 10:30 PM today, is highly anticipated by Nigerians eager to gain further insights into Buhari’s presidency and the personal experiences that shaped his time in office.
In other news, Mr. Femi Adesina, who served as the Special Adviser on Media to ex-president, Muhammadu Buhari, has said his principal actually felt some things the administration did, could have been done better.
Adesina spoke in Osogbo on Wednesday at a programme tagged Media Dialogue with Femi Adesina organised by the Association of Veteran Journalists in Osun State.