You’ve done well’ — Buhari commends Tinubu, says Nigeria complex

President Bola Tinubu has received praise from former president Muhammadu Buhari, who noted that despite the challenges of leading Nigeria, the president has done a good job. When Buhari met with the comptroller-general and other members of the Nigeria Customs Service management team on Sunday in Daura, Katsina State, he expressed his appreciation in this way. Buhari says that leading Nigeria is a difficult task for anyone and that there is little that anyone can do to help the nation. He pointed out that notwithstanding the economic hardships faced by Nigerians nationwide, President Tinubu has done a good job since taking office. The outgoing president urged Nigerians to put up with the nation's economic hardships in exchange for their support of the administration's policies and efforts. "Thank you so much for coming," he remarked. Thank you so much for that. I felt Tinubu performed admirably. Nigeria has so many facets. Really, not much can be done by anybody," he continued. Remember that after Buhari stepped down from power on May 29, 2023, Nigeria's economic misery has gotten worse. Concurrently, Tinubu announced on the day of the inauguration that his government will stop providing fuel subsidies. The Premium Motor Spirit's price increased from N185 to more than N600 as a result of his decision.Due to the Central Bank of Nigeria's flotation of the currency to shift it closer to market-determined prices, the naira began a continual free fall against the US dollar as a result of the financial reforms implemented by the Tinubu administration. Because of this action, the value of the naira in relation to the dollar has fluctuated, selling for between N1,400 and N1,900. Because of this action, the value of the naira in relation to the dollar changed, selling for anywhere between N1,400 and N1,900. In light of this, Nigerians, led by organised labour, have been staging nationwide protests in recent weeks to express their discontent with the worsening circumstances that have forced an increasing number of their people into poverty.
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