…By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media.
Former President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has left his hometown of Daura in Katsina State to travel to Niger Republic.
This journey is in the company of Niger Republic President, Mohamed Bazoum, as they both head to the World Leaders Summit taking place in the United Kingdom.
Buhari’s purpose at the summit is to deliver a speech to world leaders on effective strategies for revitalizing the economy.
The discussions during the summit will primarily focus on collaborative efforts to enhance education systems in different countries and territories.
Upon the conclusion of the summit, Buhari is anticipated to return to Niger Republic alongside President Mohamed Bazoum.
This decision aligns with Buhari’s previous statement made in April, shortly before his tenure as President of Nigeria ended on May 29, 2023.
During that announcement, Buhari reiterated his intention to retire to his peaceful hometown of Daura, located in Katsina State.
He expressed a strong desire to escape the busyness of city life and find solace in a tranquil environment.
Buhari even mentioned that if he faced disturbances in Daura, he would consider relocating to Niger Republic, which shares a border with his hometown.
Buhari’s decision to retire to Daura stems from his desire for a peaceful rest after dedicating almost four decades of his life to serving Nigeria in various capacities.
By choosing a location far from Abuja, the capital city, Buhari aims to find respite and tranquility after years of dedicated work.
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