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Friday, 9 March 2018

‘We have done our best’ – President Buhari


President Buhari, who expressed gratitude toward the Saudi Arabian ruler for as of late donating $10m, said his organization has done its best in conveying the majority of its campaign promises

Nigeria's President Buhari, who received a delegation from King Salman of Saudi Arabia in the presidential villa Abuja, said he has stayed determined and concentrated on securing the lives and properties of all Nigerians. 

President Buhari, who expressed gratitude toward the Saudi Arabian ruler for as of late giving $10m towards the battle against Boko Haram and the arrangement of alleviation materials for Internally Displaced Persons, said his organization which is aware of the three-pronged guarantees made to Nigerians before the 2015 decisions, has done its best in conveying the greater part of its campaign promises.

“From the very time we came until now, we have been able to do our best, and we remain focused on delivering on our promises,’’ he said.

President Muhammadu Buhari, who likewise talked at a Town Hall meeting over the span of his two-day official visit to Plateau state, restated his commitment to arrest the cycle of violence that has engulfed some parts of the country.

Propelling the Plateau State Roadmap to Peace, President Buhari said; 

‘I wish to encourage your Excellency to continue with the good work you are doing, and I wholeheartedly congratulate you for uniting the people of Plateau State. I am indeed quite impressed with gains and successes recorded in the area of conflict management and peace-building, which has returned this state to the path of relative peace. Let me express the Federal Government’s commitment to support and assist the Peace Building Agency in its effort to arrest the vicious cycle of violence and lay the foundation for sustainable peace in our country.

I am happy that the state government has completely entered into the All Green Initiative and the Anchor Borrowers' Scheme of the Federal Government thinking about the vital significance of agribusiness to our national advancement. Similarly praiseworthy is Plateau State's sense of duty regarding the African Development Bank-subsidized Potato Value Chain Support Project, which is focused at riches creation, business age and sustenance security. 

“I have noted the request for refund of funds expended on the rehabilitation of the Jos-Bukuru-Mararaba Jema’a Road which is a Federal road project and other interventions. Federal Government will expedite action towards the refund of verified claims by the Plateau State Government’.

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