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Buhari is completely focused on Governance, not 2019 Elections – Yemi Osinbajo



Buhari completely focused on Governance, not 2019 Elections - Yemi Osinbajo - BellaNaijaVice President Yemi Osinbajo has said President Muhammadu Buhari is completely focused on governing the country, and not on whether or not he will run in 2019.

The vice president said this while fielding questions at the 2018 World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.

Osinbajo, in the interview, discussed the steps the government is taking in building the economy.

The country will be self sufficient in rice by early 2019, the Vice President said, with the foreign reserves at $40 billion.

Although the country generates between 7000 MW and 9000 MW, Osinbajo said, the impact hasn’t been felt by the consumers. The federal government is making investments to ensure power generation impacts the consumers, he said.

Watch him speak below:


  1. Kkay

    January 26, 2018 at 6:51 pm

    I understand. #imagelaundry
    I wonder who would be left to eat all that rice and use the power by the time Fulani herdsmen annihilate Christian communities and minority tribe in Nigeria while PMB sits and reflects on such a burning issue.


    January 26, 2018 at 7:22 pm

    President Buhari must surely be sick and tired of former President Obasanjo’s unsolicited advice by now. I believe Thief Olusegun Obasanjo must have either lost his thieffing mind or was drunk during his visit to Aso rock. Who does he think he is? Does he think Nigeria belongs to him? What gave him the ordercity to utter such statement to President Buhari? The President has all the right to contest for reelection in 2019, if he so desire. It’s the electorates who decides if he will remain President of this Federal Republic of Nigeria after election. He ( Obasanjo ) was reelected. He f—ed up the political career of former vice president Alhaji Titi Atiku Abubakar, who later turned himself into a desperado who runs from one political party to the other to better his chance of being elected president of Nigeria. A dream which is not going to happen for the desperado. The Wiesel even tried to change the Constitution of Nigeria to enable him run for the third term, Nigerians didn’t want any part of that idea. Anyway, I believe whole heartedly that Mr. Buhari’s time is up as President of this Federal Republic of Nigeria. A word is enough for the wise. I’m just saying.

    • Esgirl

      January 27, 2018 at 5:03 am

      Ordercity kwa? Hia. It’s audacity ma fren. Anyway, yes, bullhari’s time is up.

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