I’ll Move To Kaduna in December – Buhari
By Oyewale Oyelola
President Muhammadu Buhari has said he will move to Kaduna after spending six months in his home town, Daura.
Buhari disclosed this on Thursday while addressing the All Progressive Congress (APC) Governors at his residence in the State House, Abuja.
He spoke at length about his retirement proposal, saying that he intended to be at home in Daura for six months before moving eventually to Kaduna.
The President thanked Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State for the infrastructure he has provided that would make life for his retirement and that of the people of the state much better
He added that the Governor of Kano had equally done the same.
Speaking on victory of APC during 2023 general elections, he says the combined opposition was a victim of over confidence- the main reason why he believed they lost.
President said: “They were already telling their foreign backers that they would defeat the APC. Our Party blended confidence with caution, we worked hard and won. Now, their over confidence is creating more problems for the opposition than anyone else. They are finding it hard to convince those who supported them from outside why they are unable to beat us.
“A combination of over confidence, complacency and bad tactical moves made them lose, plain and clear. This has created more problems in their camp. Why did they fail to remove us?”
Buhari charged the Progressive Governors to stick together and openly address issues among themselves.
“Try and keep solving problems. Be courageous to discuss them openly between yourselves. This is the best way to survive politically in Nigeria,”