Buhari: When I leave the office, I don’t expect Nigerians to appreciate me.
NewsReport gathered that Major General Muhammadu Buhari (ret.) has stated that he does not “expect any recognition” from Nigerians following the end of his administration. cheesy
This was stated in an interview with NTA that aired on Thursday.
Buhari, on the other hand, stated that he would like to be remembered as a president who gave his all.
“I’ve been a governor, a minister, and I’m in my second term as president,” he explained. So, now that I’ve exhausted all of the systems, what else can I do for this country?
“I’ve given my best, and I hope after I leave, Nigerians will reflect. I’m not expecting any appreciation but what I’m expecting is for Nigerians to say this man has done his best. That’s what I’m expecting from Nigerians.”
He said, “About my age, I see my colleagues, they are now resting, and I assure you that I look forward to the next 17 months when I too will be less busy,“ he said.
“The age is telling on me, working now for six, seven to eight hours per day in the office is no joke — there are questions of the executive council, memos from as many states as possible to be considered virtually every week. Really, it’s a lot of hard work, but as I’ve said, I asked for it and I cannot complain.
“I have been a governor, I have been a minister, and I’m in my second term as president. So, I’ve gone through all the systems, and really, what else can I do for this country? I have given my best.”