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Takeaways From President Buhari’s ‘Next Level’ Campaign For 2019 Re-Elections

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President Muhammadu Buhari has kick-started his election campaign on Sunday, November 18 with the launch of a “campaign manual/next level document” themed ‘Next Level’. While he unveiled his achievements in the past four years, he also made known his plans for Nigeria if he emerges as President in the forth coming 2019 presidential election in Nigeria. The 2019 presidential candidate noted that his administration has been committed to laying foundations that promotes the development of the country, though“the foundational work is not often visible, neither is it glamorous.” He also added that his administration has helped address insecurities in the country, citing how the Buhari-led administration liberated 17 local government areas from the grip of Boko Haram insurgency and also brokered and sustained peace in the Niger Delta. Adding social investment programme and to the counts of his tenurial achievements, President Buhari said his administration implemented “Africa’s biggest social investment programme” that has seen to the provision of direct support to over 13 million Nigerians who need it including unemployed youth, children, the weak and vulnerable as well as small and medium businesses. Speaking on the level of corruption in the country, President Buhari said the current administration “has made it more difficult for ministries, departments and agencies to exercise the unrestrained liberties that helped foster a climate conducive to corruption.” After highlighting the Buhari-led administration’s achievement, the leader of Africa’s biggest economy gave insights to what to expect should he be elected as president for the second time. His ‘Next Level’ plans include creating over 15 million jobs across various sectors to help eradicate poverty in the country, see to the continuous diversification of Nigeria’s economy from oil dependency, promote the agricultural sector and implement a policy that bring an end the perennial conflict between farmers and herders. President Muhammadu Buhari also promised the revamp of the country’s education sector when he said “we will do whatever it takes to prepare our teachers, curriculum and classrooms to attain the right educational goals that grow our country.” He specified that there will be the remodification of 10,000 schools annually and also the retraining of teachers. He concluded reestablishing his commitment to the anti-corruption fight if re-elected in 2019.Photo Credit: Getty

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