Buhari Reflects on Post-Presidency: “My Best Was Not Good Enough”

Buhari Reflects on Post-Presidency: “My Best Was Not Good Enough”

Former President Buhari’s Revelation: A Candid Interview with NTA

In a recent interview with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), former President Muhammadu Buhari made a candid disclosure about his feelings regarding post-presidency life.

Contrary to expectations, Buhari revealed that he does not miss being in office, attributing this sentiment to the belief that his best efforts fell short of the expectations of the Nigerian people.

Expressing Reservations Prior to Handing Over Power

This revelation is not entirely new, as months before relinquishing his presidential duties, Buhari had already expressed reservations about the adequacy of his performance.

In a previous statement, he conveyed, “I believe I’m trying my best, but still my best is not good enough. I wonder if I am going to miss much. I think I’m being harassed.”

Reiterating the Lack of Nostalgia in Recent Interview

In a promotional snippet released on NTA’s X platform, Buhari reiterated his earlier sentiments about not missing the presidency. When directly asked about what he misses from his time in office, the former president responded with a succinct, “Miss? I don’t think I miss much.”

Reflecting on a Presidential Legacy

This unfiltered response provides a glimpse into Buhari’s perspective on his presidential legacy and the challenges he faced during his tenure. The interview captures a moment of honesty as the former leader openly addresses his self-evaluation and the impact of his presidency on the expectations of the Nigerian populace.

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