- President Buhari declared that he will continue to do his best for Nigerians
- The president said he remains focused to move the country forward
- He also said his administration would continue to give its priority to education
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, December 6, said he would remain focused in order to restore the lost glory of the country.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Buhari, who made the remark in Kano at a Dinner organised in his honour by Kano state government, said he would continue to do his best to ensure that the country attained greater heights.
He said: “I will continue to do my best because my problem is Nigeria. Nigeria is my target and I will remain focused to move the country forward.''
The president said his administration would continue to accord priority attention to education so as to empower the youth, to enable them contribute their quota toward the development of the country.
According to him, “If you educate people, you empower them. So we have to make sacrifice to prepare the youth for the future.''
He expressed happiness for the reception accorded to him and his entourage by the people of the state on their arrival in the state capital.
According to him, ''I am overwhelmed by the massive turnout of people who left what they were doing to welcome me. This should be a clear message to the opposition.
''The support has been consistent, so I don’t have words to express my appreciation to the people of Kano state.”
The president congratulated Governor Abdullahi Ganduje for working very hard to improve the living standard of the people of the state through execution of projects that had direct bearing on them.
He described Ganduje as a good politician who worked closely with all politicians, particularly representatives of the state, at the state and National Assemblies.
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Earlier in his remarks, Ganduje said his administration had been able to execute a number of developmental projects, in addition to initiating various empowerment programmes for the women and youths.
Ganduje said as part of effort to address unemployment, the state government had awarded contract worth over N2 billion for the construction of a skills acquisition training centre, assuring that the centre would soon be completed and put to use.
He said: ''We have a number of projects that are ongoing and we hope you will visit the state in near future in order to commission such projects.’’
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the president signed three bills into law which were earlier passed by the National Assembly.
The bills are the Federal College of Dental Technology and Therapy (Establishment) Bill, the Air Force Institute of Technology of Nigeria (Establishment) Bill, and the National Intelligence Agency Pensions (Establishment) Bill.
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