President Muhammadu Buhari has said that he is looking forward to the end of his tenure in office as as “age is telling” on him due to the hardwork required by his office.
The president, who spoke on Thursday in an interview on the government owned Television station, NTA noted that working for six to eight hours a day is no joke for him..
According to him at 79 being president is hard work and that he looks forward to when his tenure would end in 2023.
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“About my age, I see my colleagues, they are now resting, and I assure you that I look forward to the next 17 months when I too will be less busy,“ he said.
“The age is telling on me, working now for six, seven to eight hours per day in the office is no joke — there are questions of executive council, memos from as many states as possible to be considered virtually every week. Really, it’s a lot of hard work, but as I’ve said, I asked for it and I cannot complain.
“I have been a governor, I have been a minister, and I’m in my second term as president. So, I’ve gone through all the system and really, what else can I do for this country? I have given my best,” the president said.
He said has dutifully served Nigeria as a minister, governor and now president, and that he hopes after the end of his tenure, Nigerians would acknowledge that he did his best for the country.