Buhari, during the state of the national dialogue on security, economy, and administration of justice organized by the Nigerian Bar Association in Abuja on Monday, said the country could only be out of the woods through the efforts of various successive governments.
President Muhammadu Buhari has also said that no single government can solve Nigeria’s problems.
Buhari during the state of the national dialogue on security, economy, and administration of Justice organized by the Nigerian Bar Association in Abuja on Monday said the country could only be out of the woods through the efforts of various successive governments.
Buhari, who was also represented by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, lauded the NBA for the dialogue, which he said would contribute to the development of the country.
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He said lawyers have a responsibility to ensure the smooth running of the country.
He said, “I would say no one government in this country would be able to solve the problems of Nigeria. But as we build on the precedent set by successive governments, not discarding completely what has been put in place, we would in the course of our desire to build a Nigeria of our dreams, be able to pick one or two things, on which we can concentrate and move.
”As a government, the outcome of this dialogue can be transmitted to us so that whatever resolutions are reached, that would become part of the documents that would prepare as we transit and hand over to an incoming government.”