Buhari, in Makkah, swears by Qu’ran, says ‘I’ll leave on May 29, 2023’

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday, Makkah, Saudi Arabia, vowed to leave office on May 29, 2023.

He spoke at a meeting in Makkah with a select group of Nigerians resident in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where he just ended a visit.

President Buhari swore by the Holy Qur’an that he would serve in accordance with the constitution and go when his time is up.

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“Tazarce’ (tenure extension). I don’t want anybody to start talking about and campaigning for an unconstitutional extension. I will not accept that”, he said.

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President Buhari also gave assurances that in the balance of “eighteen months or so of my time left, whatever I can do to improve the life of Nigerians, I will do it for the country.”

The President commended Nigerians in Saudi Arabia for representing the country well and projecting its good image.

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