President Buhari prays for Nigeria in Saudi Arabia.

Muhammadu Buhari  is a Nigerian politician and president, Buhari has been the president of Nigeria since 2015. Buhari is a retired Nigerian Army Major General and has served as military head of state in Nigeria between 1983 to 1985, after taking power in a military coup d’état.

as early sated, Buhari is a retired Nigerian Army Major General who served as the country’s military leader from 1983 to 1985, after seizing power in a military coup. The totalitarian policies of his military dictatorship are referred to as Buharism. Buhari has stated that he accepts responsibility for whatever that occurred during his military administration and that he is powerless to change the past. He refers to himself as a “converted democrat.” In 2003, 2007, and 2011, Buhari ran for President of Nigeria. He was announced as the All Progressives Congress’ presidential contender for the 2015 general election in December 2014. Buhari defeated incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan in the election.

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Recently, Buhari has been on the news and this time for Good, as the Nigerian president was spotted in Saudi Arabia with claims that he was there to pray for everlasting peace in Nigeria.

We also pray for peace and harmony in Nigeria and we pray the president’s prayers are answered.


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