President Muhammadu Buhari says he will retire to Daura after he completes his second term in 2023. Daura, in Katsina state, is the president’s hometown. He spoke on Tuesday while meeting with traditional rulers at the presidential villa in Abuja.
“This is my second and final term, at the end of which I will, God willing, go to Daura and settle down,” he said.
He asked traditional rulers in the country to support the anti-corruption war of his administration, using their vast knowledge and links to families in their communities.
He noted that as monarchs, they knew harbored who harboured criminals and those who also had individuals with no tainted records.
"You know all the families who harbour criminals and you know those who produce respectable individuals,” he said. You know the weaknesses of our society. We need your support to consolidate our achievements”,