Leave Nigeria if you’ve another country – Buhari


President Muhammadu Buhari has once again said to anybody complaining about his policies and his administration to vacate the country, citing that “If anybody has a country to go to, let him go, we will stay here and salvage our country.”

President Muhammadu Buhari

In a statement by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, he quoted Buhari as saying this yesterday while meeting with stakeholders from the Niger Delta region.

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Shehu said the high-level meeting with leaders and other stakeholders was to seek ways to end the militancy and the sabotage of oil infrastructure in the Niger Delta region.

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He noted that Buhari had a vision of unity and progress for the country in which peace reigns and said peace, security, investment and prosperity are linked together.

“If we give peace a chance, investors will come here to invest. Nobody will invest in an insecure environment,” the president was said to have also noted.

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Shehu said Buhari, “in a speech dripping with nationalist fervour”, stressed that the problems his administration found on the ground were many as illustrated in collapse of oil prices, inability of 27 of the 36 states of the Federation to pay salaries, absence of savings to fall back and having to deal with an elite who didn’t seem to care.

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The president was said to have stated that all these made his government to conclude that “life as usual is no longer affordable.”



  1. we all owe it a duty to salvage this country Mr. President. But I think this can be achieve by ensuring the youth are gainfully employed especially in Agriculture. The ongoing Youth Entrepreneurship Support Programme (YESP) is more like a "White Elephant" project because even the high and mighty may find it difficult to meet d criteria set by Bank of Industry (BOI) not to talk of the common man. God Bless Nigeria, God Bless the leaders of tomorrow.


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