The Next Level, By Muhammadu Buhari

As of May 2015, Nigeria was at war and there was a significant deficit in
critical infrastructure and social services across the country, just as over
100 million Nigerians were living in poverty. This was despite the fact of
earning over $783 Billion from crude oil sales between 1999 and 2015.
Between 2010 and 2015, the country earned the sum of $382 Billion
from the sale of crude oil. Evidently, the nation’s wealth had been
inappropriately diverted and looted, often, from the highest offices in
the land and by persons whom the public had put in positions of trust

Since May 2015, the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has set
the country on the path to stability, growth and prosperity. First, it
secured the territorial integrity of the nation by reclaiming territory in
the North East. It has also committed to unprecedented investments to
starting and finishing critical infrastructure across the country as well as
direct investments in people to lift them up from the mire of
despondence and hopelessness caused by decades of neglect by
successive administrations. The disbursement of N 2.7 Trillion for
infrastructure in 2016 and 2017 has seen the continuous development
of a rail network. Every year, several of our children, unemployed
graduates, small traders and business people, vulnerable and weak
have been directly supported in Africa’s largest social protection
programme- the National Social Investments Programme.
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