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Buhari 100 Days 3 things that have changed since May 29

Expectations ran high for Buhari’s 100-day mark due to a document which listed the 100 things he supposedly planned to have achieved in Nigeria upon reaching the milestone.

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President Muhammadu Buhari has spent 100 days in office since his inauguration on May 29, 2015.

President Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration ceremony play

President Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration ceremony

(Reuters)

 

Expectations ran high for Buhari’s 100-day mark due to a document which listed the 100 things he supposedly planned to have achieved in Nigeria upon reaching the milestone.

President Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration ceremony play

President Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration ceremony

(Reuters)

 

The Presidency has however denied that the promises contained in the document were made by Buhari.

Buhari takes oath of office at the Presidential Inauguration ceremony held at Eagle Square, Abuja on May 29. play

Buhari takes oath of office at the Presidential Inauguration ceremony held at Eagle Square, Abuja on May 29.

(File)

 

Nevertheless, here are three things that have changed since Buhari took office:

  1. Power Supply: Most Nigerians around the country are now witnessing fairly stable power supply due to an increase in electricity generation in the country. In May, just before Buhari assumed office, power generation nationwide was 1327MW but in August, it had reached a new peak of 4,810.7 megawatts.

  2. Attitude to Corruption: The general attitude to corruption in the country has changed due to Buhari’s ongoing war against the scourge. A Nigerian man caught in Niger Republic with N1 billion in cash was said to have been escaping with the cash due to Buhari’s anti-graft war.

  3. NNPC: Since Buhari’s inauguration, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has undergone major restructuring, an exercise which is set to continue, according to new Group Managing Director, Ibe Kachikwu. Nigeria’s four refineries are also expected to begin functioning at full capacity soon.

See gallery from Buhari's inauguration below:

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