The President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has released a list of 57 achievements made since it resumed office in 2015.
Bashir Ahmad, the Personal Assistant to President Buhari on New Media, in a Facebook post, released the list of 57.
The list, categorized into security & related matters, economy, anti-graft war, and others, included the release of 106 Chibok girls from the captivity of Islamic Sect Boko Haram, the recovery of stolen funds, the eradication of polio in the country, and the take-off of the 2nd Niger Bridge.
See the full list below:
NIGERIA AT 57 — 57 ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE BUHARI-LED ADMINISTRATION.
SECURITY & RELATED MATTERS
1. Release of 106 Chibok girls, as well as over 16,000 persons in Boko Haram captivity.
2. Tackling insurgency, decimation of Boko Haram in the North East.
3. Recovering 14 local governments and territories previously under Boko Haram control in the North East, rebuilding lives of citizens there; about one million displaced persons in the NE have returned to their communities in two years of this administration.
4. Curbing the incidence of kidnap across the country. (Arrest of kidnap kingpins and dismantling of kidnap cells across the country)
5. Restoring morale of the Nigerian military; re-organizing and better equipping the Nigerian Armed Forces.
6. Purchase of 12 Super-Tucano aircrafts worth $600 million to aid the Nigerian military’s current operations in the North East.
7. Ensuring continued peace in the Niger Delta through consistent funding of the FG amnesty programme for ex-militants.
8. Introduction of an improved mechanism for distribution of aid to IDPs in the North East through the establishment of the Special Intervention Programme of the Federal Government. (Door-to-door strategy)
9. Implementing the National Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) to aid economic recovery, taking the country out of her worst recession in 29 years, despite fall in oil prices.
10. N1.2 trillion expended on capital/infrastructure projects nationwide, a milestone in the nation’s history.