Buhari impacted lives of common Nigerians – Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has stated that the President, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari (retd. ), has had a significant impact on the lives of ordinary Nigerians through his economic policies in a variety of ways. 

Osinbajo made the remarks while speaking at the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture's 'Preserving PMB Legacy' event on Wednesday at the Banquet Hall, State House. 

"The petty trader who was able to expand her business because of TraderMoni; the unemployed graduate who discovered a new and profitable path because of the N-Power programme; in addition, the passengers who could not hide their excitement at the seamless operation of the modern railway system or the state-of-the-art airport terminals are testimonies from Nigerians," he said. 

"These are real people who have been given the opportunity to do more for themselves and their communities; real people who have been inspired to hope and believe that Nigeria can be positively transformed in our lifetime." 

The vice-president went on to say that every administration hopes that initiated businesses are continued and completed by the succeeding administration. 

"I believe I speak for the president when I say that our administration considers it a privilege and an honor to serve the people of our great nation for the past eight years," he said. 

"These achievements are hard-won dividends of the social contract we made with the Nigerian people when we took office in 2015." 

Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, stated during his remarks that the program provided the All Progressives Congress and its candidates in the 2023 general elections with impetus for campaigning. 

"We expect the same level of success with the documentary, Testimony Series, compendium, and legacy portal," he said. 

"This is because we will also ensure a massive play for the documentary, the teaser of which you will soon watch; Ditto the Testimony Series, which will also play shortly. We will widely distribute both the hardcopy and the electronic version of the compendium, as well as publicize the legacy portal,, which will serve as an electronic repository for all achievements." 

"We have now demonstrated that not only do we have a lot to campaign with, but we are spoilt for choice!" the minister continued. We also went beyond the present by developing the legacy portal, which, as I previously stated, is an electronic repository of accomplishments. This is unprecedented in our country's history." 

He stated that after the elections, they intend to take the scorecard presentations of the three remaining ministers, who are in charge of education, labor and employment, and special duties.

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