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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

SHOUT OUT TO President Buhari Clocks 73 today

What came to your mind when you saw the headline?… That something really might happen to the Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari in few hours?

Yes, something sweet is happening to the president of Nigeria tomorrow, December 17, 2015. But before you get into the know, let’s go on a short history ride.
The people’s president was born December 17, 1942 in Daura! Yes, he will be 73 tomorrow! The politician who has endeared himself to Nigerians, will be adding to his years in a few hours and Naij.com has compiled a list of how the president has fared since 2014.
1. He survived Boko Haram attack in Kaduna. Buhari was the target of one of the A source close to Buhari at that time disclosed that a second bomb explosion that rocked the Kawo bus station in Kaduna appeared to have targeted the then presidential aspirant’s convoy.

It was gathered that . The source said that the bombers had trailed the former head of state’s convoy and detonated the bomb as the convoy neared a bridge in Kawo.
2. President Muhammadu Buhari, to show commitment in eradicating the deadly virus in Nigeria.
According to Femi Adesina, the presidential special adviser on media and publicity, the action demonstrated safety and efficiency of the vaccine as well.

3. During the pre-election periods, he survived numerous hate ‘attacks’ thrown at him. From the to former first lady, Patience Jonathan, tagging him ‘brain dead’, his certificate saga and more, it was obvious that the birthday ‘boy’ has a strong personality. He rose above those hate speeches among several others before emerging as the president.
4. Some weeks ago, President Muhammadu Buhari was in Malta to take part in the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting which commenced on Friday, November 27. The Head of the Commonwealth, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, and other participating Heads of State and Government.

5. And one of the biggest things that happened to him between 2014 and now, is the fact that he emerged the Nigerian president! According to , the celebrant, who contested on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), won 15,424,921 votes or 53.95 percent of the 28,587,564 total valid votes cast.
His nearest rival, President Goodluck Jonathan, 58, of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), won 12,853,162 (44.96 percent) at the election.
Hearty cheers to the president!