“A lot has been achieved in the last six years on many fronts: in infrastructure, social care, governance, Nigeria’s image and influence in Africa and the international community,” the president said.
The president asked Nigerians to have patience with his administration, noting that more efforts are being made to restore peace and stability.
He cited his government’s N-Power program, as well as other infrastructure projects now happening around the country, as significant drivers of job growth.
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