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Presidency ‘unveils’ over 1300 projects

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Legacy Projects have been unveiled in a series of online publications by the Presidential Media Team in partnership with Barrister Ata Ikiddeh, a national and international consultant and coordinator.

This is part of the commemoration of the 7th anniversary of President Buhari’s administration.

According to presidential spokeswoman Femi Adesina in a statement on Tuesday, the goal of the awareness was to “inform, educate, engage, and empower Nigerians about the President’s remarkable achievements and patriotic vision for the country.”

The unveiling of “Buhari’s Government Has Zero Projects,” a social media-driven project, is to debunk a now-viral post claiming that the president has had zero projects since taking office in 2015.

The campaign, with the hashtag #BuharisGovernmentHasZeroProjects, will highlight 1,321 unreported, completed, and ongoing infrastructure projects, Adesina wrote.

He said “this will include projects in all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, as well as 774 LGAs, 8,809 wards, and over 44,045 villages and communities across the country. It’s time to reveal the truth!”

“Decide for yourselves whether President Muhammadu Buhari has zero initiatives!” he remarked.

Writing by Saadatu Albashir