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BreakingNews 26/12/17 - 2017 Nigeria`s most difficult year -Buhari

BreakingNews 26/12/17 - 2017 Nigeria`s most difficult year -Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Isiaka Wakili reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday said 2017 had been a very tough year for Nigeria, assuring citizens that 2018 will be prosperous.
 
"It has been a tough year for Nigeria and I hope next year will be a much more prosperous one," the president said when he received a delegation of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) residents who paid him Christmas homage in the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
 
Buhari, however, said God had answered the prayers of Nigerians as the rainy season was good and farmers recorded bumper harvest across the country.
 
"But God listened to the majority of us, the rainy season was very good and some states have got very good information from home; I never knew that the people from Kano who are more resourceful used to go to my area and hire farms. This year nobody hired farm, and nobody regretted it.
 
"And again, the second one from the Governor of Sokoto State who said all the people that really registered early to perform last pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia were farmers. But he didn’t tell me if they took additional wives.
 
Reflecting on his recent ailment that made him stay in London for over 100 days, the president restated that he had never been so sick.
 
"....this sickness, I don’t know, but I came out better because all those who saw me before and when I came back said I look much better. But I have explained it to the public that as a General, I used to give orders, now, I take orders. The doctors told me to feed my stomach and sleep for longer hours. That is why I am looking much better," he said.
 
President Buhari also stated that he was thinking he was 74 years old before he was told that he was 75.
 
"I thought I was 74, but I was told I was 75. I have never been so sick even the 30 months civil war I was stumbling under farm of yams or cassava," he said.
 
He thanked the delegation, led by FCT Minister Mohammed Bello, for making the sacrifice to visit him, telling them that he had learnt to cherish good neighbourliness at individual and national levels.
 
"That was why when I was elected, my first trip was Chad, Niger, Cameron and Benin Republic. If you are in good terms with your neighbours, then you can make some savings for development. But if you start fighting your neighbours, then I’m afraid the resources you have, you will lose it in trying to be very clever.
 
So, I try to be very close to my neighbours both individually and nationally. I thank you very much for being very good neighbours," he told the delegation.
 
The president said the intelligence he was getting showed that religious leaders were trying their best to ensure citizens live as "good neighbours and good Nigerians."
 
The Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), FCT Chapter, Mr Jonah Samson, lauded the Buhari administration for its performances in the fight against corruption and insurgency in the country.
 

Samson, who also commended the administration’s efforts towards ensuring security of life and property of citizens, urged the government to provide additional employment opportunities to address youth restiveness in the country.
 

Some of the highlights of the event was the presentation of Christmas cards to the president by the FCT minister and the Chaplain of the Aso Rock Chapel.
 
*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari