On May 29, President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) assumed power to lead Nigeria for a tenure of four year. Buhari’s victory at the polls is a watershed being the first time since independence that an incumbent and a ruling partywill be displaced at the polls.
Buhari inherited the country’s numerous challenges that look insurmountable and have defied every logic. Buhari and his party, APC that rode to power on the back of the slogan, “Change” is now expected to change the country’s orientation and return the nation to a prime position among nations on the continent.
The administration which Nigerians have termed “Go-Slow” gradually waking up, making appointments in key government institutions while the citizens look towards this month for the appointment of his cabinet to drive the economy.
However, in the first 100 days of the administration, here are the key actions undertaken by the president.