With collective will, we’ll crush terrorism -Buhari
President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari who received his Certificate of Return, on Wednesday, promised to unleash the full might of Nigeria on the Boko Haram terrorist sect.
Buhari who assured that his government will spare no effort in dealing with Boko Haram said, “I assure you that Boko Haram will soon know the strength of our collective will and commitment to rid this nation of terror and bring back peace” he said.
He set aside fears of retribution, assuring that the outgoing administration will have nothing to fear from him. “Let me state clearly: President Jonathan has nothing to fear from me. He is a great Nigerian and still our president”.
Even while extending a hand of fellowship to President Jonathan and his team, Buhari acknowledged that Nigerians were eager to see a better country but appealed to them to be realistic in their expectations
He also said “Change has finally come” to Nigeria, and that the nation’s “long night has passed”.
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