For the umpteenth time, President Muhammadu Buhari has reaffirmed that his handover of the reins of power on May 29, 2023, remains a sacred matter.
He repeated it while hosting Mr. Chakib Ben Moussa, Minister of National Education, Kindergarten and Sports of the Kingdom of Morocco, who visited the State Palace as a special envoy of King Mohammed VI on Monday.
Buhari said that the constitution stipulated that “my term of office will end on that day.”
Amid concerns about a hitch-free electoral process, President Buhari said his term would end with the inauguration of a new president in May next year.
However, he said he would review the document sent by the Moroccan monarch and respond accordingly, stressing that he would continue to cherish and strengthen the cordial and cordial relations between the two countries.
The ceremony concluded after Mr. Moha or Ali Tajma, the Kingdom’s resident representative in Nigeria, who accompanied the Special Envoy, reaffirmed to His Excellency the friendship and solidarity of the King, the Government and the Moroccan people with Nigeria. .
And on various engagements of the President, he has repeatedly said that he looks forward to the day when he will hand over his post to be able to get a well-deserved rest.
Delivery of May 29 is still sacred – Bukhari to the Moroccan envoy