….Reveals Why He Won’t Miss Aso Rock After His Tenure.
Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has revealed why he won’t miss the opulent Aso Rock presidential house and the grandeur that comes with it after his term in office expires come May 29, 2023.
President Buhari stated in a documentary created to honour his 80th birthday on Friday night that he will not miss the presidential villa because he is still being harassed for a variety of reasons, including charges that he has not lived up to expectations.
The president stated in a videotaped speech at the presidential villa during an event dubbed ” Celebrating A Patriot, A Leader, An Elder Statesman” that he was being harassed because ” some people don’ t think my efforts to make the country better are good enough and recognised by them. ”
“I wonder if there will be much I miss. I believe that I’ m being bullied. I think I’ m trying my hardest, but even so, it’ s not enough. ”
“Because there are people around who think they can intimidate me to get what they want instead of going through certain systems to earn whatever they want to earn, and there are some people who want to be clever by half, ” said the 80- year- old former military Head of State from December 31, 1983, to mid- 1985.
The President also addressed other topics raised in the documentary, including the claims that he has passed away and the Sudanese man Jibril is the one posing as him at Aso Rock.
Despite the president’ s assertion that the notion is absurd, the rumour was described as one of the playful justifications that Nigerians frequently utilise.
He said, ” They claimed that I had passed away, and the alleged body was Jibril Aminu from Sudan, who was residing in the Presidential Villa in Aso Rock. This is a joke that is not amusing. ”
“Some Nigerians have a talent for inventing comedy to enjoy things they do not comprehend. ”
“No, it’ s not hilarious because the people who said it were just being cheeky and didn’ t mean it to be. ” They seek to draw people’ s attention away from the underlying problem. “