He also promised to appoint more women and youth during his second tenure, acknowledging the “significant role” they played toward his re-election.
He said his administration would not disappoint them.
He said more fertilizers were being made available to Nigerian farmers at a lower rate, adding that this has resulted in an increase in agricultural production and reduction in food importation.
Buhari also called on Nigerian youth to embrace agriculture to ensure more food sufficiency and food export.
According to him, the country witnessed “rampant infrastructure decay” in spite of the huge resources earned during the period.
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