President Muhammadu Buhari will depart Nigeria on Saturday for Accra, Ghana, to attend the 59th Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government.
Buhari will join other ECOWAS Heads of State and Government for the regional bloc’s mid-year statutory summit. But then, Mali wouldn’t be a part of the group as they were suspended lately.
Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, ECOWAS Special Envoy and Mediator to Mali, is set to submit a report to the summit of the Heads of State on his most recent working visit to the West African country.
The Heads of State and Government will also be presented with a report on ECOWAS institutional reforms, single-currency programs, and a memorandum on the proposed framework for rotating ECOWAS Member States’ candidacy for the African Union Chairmanship.
In recent developments, President Muhammadu Buhari has given the word of assurance that he will strive to work hard to realize the objectives that the administration set out to achieve in 2015.
Buhari received some members of the Muhammadu Buhari and Osinbajo Dynamic Support Group, at the State House when they came for the official presentation of their book titled – A Compendium of 5-Year Achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari’s Administration from 2015 – 2020.
Buhari said: “The MBO Dynamic Support Group Officers and team members saw the good in our Administration from the time we came in 2015. It is this commitment that led to the production of the book, and I sincerely hope and believe that Nigerians will always see and cherish positivity in all that this Administration has done as it continues to work assiduously to accomplish,”
“The birth of this book from inception to production is due to the unrelenting efforts of the MBO Dynamic Support Group Officers and over two million group of supporters that have continuously stood by our Administration in our quest to deliver on our social contract to all Nigerians and ensure the dividends of democracy to our people.
“I am extremely pleased with the production team and those who travelled across the country monitoring and collating data on our projects to enable us present an evidence based account of our stewardship.”
“Despite the global challenges of COVID-19 that impeded socio-economic activities of the world including our country Nigeria in 2020, you all worked tirelessly with limited resources and by tasking one another to produce this historic book.
“We recognise and appreciate your drive, skills, creative abilities and your personal resources invested in this project and immense devotion to produce the book.
“I thank you once again for your unwavering commitment to this Administration and legacy and look forward to the wide circulation of our achievements perfectly captured in this book to all citizens and those willing to see that we succeed to the end for the benefit of all.”