As the 2016 Olympic Games opens in Rio De Janeiro, President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed optimism that the country’s team will put up an impressive showing to delight fellow countrymen. In a message to the Nigerian Olympic contingent on Friday, President Buhari said he hoped that the victory of Nigeria’s Under 23 football team, the […]View
President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed satisfaction with the outcome of his working visit to China, which has yielded additional investments in Nigeria exceeding $6 billion USD. President Buhari believes that the several agreements concluded with the Chinese during the visit will have a huge and positive impact on key sectors of the Nigerian economy including […]View
President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday in Beijing warned vandals and saboteurs blowing up oil and gas installations in Nigeria to desist immediately or face the same drastic action being taken against Boko Haram by the Armed Forces. Speaking at a meeting with members of the Nigerian Community in China, President Buhari also reaffirmed his total commitment […]View
SPEAKING DIRECTLY TO THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO PLACED US HERE President presents N6.08tr budget Non-oil to fetch N1.45 trillion Oil N820 billion Govt to fund N1.8tr capital expenditure with loan Science, tech, education students to enjoy free tuition Petrol pump price remains N87/litre for now Presidency to employ 500,000 graduate, NCE teachers “I am […]View
Your Excellency, The Vice President; Professor Yemi Osinbajo; The Senate President, and the Hon. Speaker, House of Representatives; The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Rt. Hon. Justice Mahmoud Mohammed; The National Chairman, All Progressive Congress, Chief John Oyegun; National Leader of APC, Chief Bisi Akande; Other APC Executive Committee Members here present; The Secretary to the […]View
Fellow Citizens: I have read the various observations about the fuel pricing regime and the attendant issues generated. All certainly have strong points. The most important issue of course is how to shield the poor from the worst effects of the policy. I will hopefully address that in another note. Permit me an explanation of […]View
Boosting education will be a direct counterbalance to Boko Haram’s appeal. In particular we must educate more young girls, ensuring they will grow up to be empowered through learning to play their full part as citizens of Nigeria and pull themselves up and out of poverty.
At exactly 5:15pm yesterday evening President Jonathan called to congratulate me on my victory. For this I want all Nigerians to join me in congratulating and appreciating Mr President for his statesmanship. President Jonathan engaged in a spirited campaign and was a worthy opponent. I extend my hand of fellowship
Christian and Muslim, Southern and Northern, rich and poor, young and old, man and woman. We are all citizens of Nigeria. There is no dividing line among us that I care to honour. Either we advance as one or fail altogether.
MUHAMMADU BUHARI: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE