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Why VP Osinbajo May Have Credited Buhari as the Right President to Solve Nigeria's Problems

Following the current situation in the nation, which includes banditry and economic crisis here and there, Buhari has still assured Nigerians that the situation can never be permanent.

Since he took power in 2015, President Buhari has vowed to fight corruption and end its reign in the country by the time his tenure was over. Many servants of God even saw his coming as president of the country and his taking over from the former president, Good luck Jonathan. Recently, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said during an interactive session with top officials of the Nigerian High Commission in the UK, held in Abuja, that President Buhari's level of credibility is what is needed to solve Nigeria's current problems. He furthermore revealed that President Buhari has proved to be a man of his words, and even his critics can attest to that.

In my opinion, Prof. Osinbajo was right to say that President Buhari is the right president to solve Nigeria's problems, and here is my reason:

During the second tenure of President Buhari, when he was reelected in 2019, aside from fighting corruption, he saw that the rate of unemployment was rising, and as at 2021, it had risen to a completely 33% high. For this reason, President Buhari has found a possible way to help unemployed graduates get jobs. The Buhari regime and the Chinese government had agreed on a way to help eradicate poverty in the country by sending young Nigerians to China.

This would enlighten them and also give them the basic skills and things needed to make Nigeria great when they come back. The Chinese ambassador to Nigeria, Cui Jianchn, has said this initiative may be put into effect if possible next year after the COVID-19 has subsided. If President Buhari can fulfill his word about eradicating poverty in the country, then surely he will surely solve other problems disturbing the country, such as banditry and kidnapping.

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Source: People's gazette

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