The president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has been on the news for many reasons in the past months, but yesterday he gave an interview to Arise television media which saw him reveal a lot about his government and policies and his plans for the future after 2023 general elections.
As reported by the People's Gazette, the president revealed that he would be returning to his cattle business come 2023 as he was still so much invested in his farmland and cattle rearing activities. President Buhari was well known for his cattle trading before he was elected as the Nigerian president in 2015, and it is no surprise to see that he intends to go continue his trade when his tenure expires in two years.
This is good news for Nigerians in a way, as the president has over and again exposed the fact that he has no intention of returning for an unconstitutional third term in office come 2023.
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