President Muhammadu Buhari has hinted on his expectations from Nigerians, after his eight years in office as President.
Buhari, in an interview with Arise Television on Thursday said that his administration has made tremendous efforts in revitalising the economy and fighting insecurity.
According to him, “Visibly we have made progress in the North-East and South-South, but I’m overwhelmed by the problem in the North West and I’m going to get it very soon.
“I will allow Nigerians to discuss and appraise my eight years in service, I hope they will be fair to me, I will not want to say it myself.”
He said that he expects Nigerians to spend time and look at the state of the nation, especially as regards security and the economy since he emerged as the president in 2015.
“Nigerians should look at where we were when we came and where we are now. I hope Nigerians will be fair to me, that is all I need,” he said.
Speaking on his occupation after his tenure, President Buhari said he will be going back to face his cattle business.
“I have never abandoned my farm, I still have a number of cattle. When I leave office, I will go to my farm daily and keep myself busy.
“Between now and then, I try to keep convincing Nigerians that I’m doing very well, I will make sure we identify the problem we have in security, economy and will continue to work with it,” he said.