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President Muhammadu Buhari apologizes for hardship, promises better Nigeria 



President Muhammadu Buhari apologizes for hardship, promises better Nigeria 

In a farewell address to the nation, President Muhammadu Buhari apologized to Nigerians for the hardships endured due to certain decisions made by his administration over the past eight years.

The President acknowledged the temporary pain and suffering caused by some of his government’s policies, emphasizing that they were not deliberate.

President Buhari admitted that although these decisions were challenging, they were necessary for the greater good of the country.

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Despite the difficulties faced by Nigerians, he assured them that he would be leaving the nation in a better state than when he assumed office in 2015, succeeding President Goodluck Jonathan.

Expressing his sense of fulfillment, President Buhari stated that he had initiated the rebirth of Nigeria by taking crucial initial steps.

He said: “In the course of revamping the economy, we made some difficult choices, most of which yielded the desired results.

“Some of the measures led to temporary pain and suffering for which I sincerely apologised to my fellow countrymen, but the measures were taken for the overall good of the country.

He expressed his belief that the incoming administration would continue the process, leading Nigeria toward fulfilling its destiny as a great nation.

The President extended his gratitude to the millions of Nigerians who prayed for him and supported him during his illness in his first term.

He assured them that he constantly prays for their well-being and for the prosperity of the nation.

He said: “I also want to use this opportunity to express my appreciation to a good number of Nigerians who provided their support and encouragement to help me navigate the exciting journey of moving Nigeria forward.

“I cannot and will not forget the millions who prayed for me during my illness in my first term of office. I am constantly praying for you and for Nigeria to thrive in peace.

“As I retire home to Daura, Katsina State, I feel fulfilled that we have started the Nigeria Re-Birth by taking the initial critical steps and I am convinced the in-coming administration will quicken the pace of this walk to see a Nigeria that fulfills its destiny to be a great nation.”

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