Nigeria’s outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari has said he is leaving Nigeria better than he met it in 2015 when he took over over as the nation’s fourth elected president since the return of democracy in 2009.

“I am leaving Nigeria better in 2023 than I met it in 2015,” President Buhari said in his last nationwide broadcast this morning.

The President also said he is feeling fulfilled that he has done his best for Nigeria as he hands over power to Senator Ahmed Tinubu tomorrow, May 29, 2023. *As I retire home to Daura in Katsina State, I am feeling fulfilled,”‘ he said claiming he has done the best for Nigeria.

Mr Buhari bragged about his administration ensuring that the nation’s economy was kept afloat despite the supply chain distribution from outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic of 2020.

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President Buhari also claimed that his administration has drastically reduce banditry in Nigeria to its nearest minimum, even though the scourge is still ravaging the country, with terrorism taking a new dimension.

Buhari mentioned the completion of age-long projects like the much advertised second Niger bridge, interstate roads, power plants and more as his achievement in office.

He also said his passage of the amended Electoral Act has reduced the influence of money in politics and given Nigerians an opportunity to truly elect people of their choice.

Buhari however admitted that he failed to free many Nigerians, especially children and women still in unlawful captivity with terrorists across Nigeria.