President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to accept whatever legacy Nigerians pass on him by the time his tenure is over in 2023.
In an interview with ARISE TV on Thursday, the president expressed the hope that Nigerians will be fair to him.
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“I will accept whatever verdict Nigerians pass on me. I hope they will be fair,” he said.
Asked what next after the presidency, the president said he will retire to his hometown in Daura.
“I will go back to Katsina where my farm is located.”
On his efforts to bring direct investments into the country, Buhari recalled what he told the National Executive Council after the #EndSARS protests.
He said no investor will invest in an insecure environment.
“Well, the question was answered when there was #EndSARS. You remember the young people, who wanted to march here and remove me,” Buhari said.
“My answer to that, I got the members of the executive council and said each one should go to his state, speak to the governor, speak to the traditional leaders, speak to the business people, and speak to especially the youths and tell them that there’s no more vacancy in the federal government.”