President Muhammadu Buhari, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, in Saturday’s election has said, this will be the last time he would be contesting for elections.
President Buhari said this on Thursday when he paid homage to the emir of Katsina as part of his final campaign event.
According to him, “I contested for elections three times until 2015 when l was massively voted by Nigerians and emerged as the elected president of Nigeria.”
He noted that he had fulfilled all his 2015 promises centred on insecurity, fighting corruption and economic recovery.
Buhari said his government had improved agriculture, reduced rice importation by 90% and people have embraced local rice production.
The President also promised to revamp the electricity supply sector to enable Nigerians witness improved economic progress.
Alhaji Abdumumini Kabir Usman, the Emir of Katsina, on his part, said the emirate would continue to support whoever has the interest of the nation at heart.
Governor Aminu Bello Masari, in his remarks, urged all in the state to come out en mass on Saturday to vote the president and party candidates to ensure continuity.