President Muhammadu Buhari was voted into power in the April 2015 general election and sworn in on May 29 of the same year. On that day, he made a well celebrated speech in which he left Nigerians with a profound and reassuring line: “I belong to nobody and I belong to everybody.” This was clearly indicative of his intent to uphold the sovereignty of the people during the period of his administration.
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