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Buhari wants Nigerians stop "unruly behavior"

from BBC
President Muhammadu Buhar
President Muhammadu Buhar

(elbcradio.com/Oct. 6, 2015)-Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari, has called on Nigerians to stop their "unruly behavior" to achieve progress.

President Buhari made the call in an address to mark the country’s 55th independence observance.

He said to bring about change, Nigerians must be law-abiding citizens. The Nigerian President was a military ruler in 1984 and 1985.

During his rule at the time, Mr. Buhari ordered civil servants who came late for work to do frog jumps as he tried to impose discipline.
He returned to office in May after winning democratic elections.

Nigeria is Africa's most populous state, the continent's main oil producer and Africa’s largest economy.

However, most of its citizens live in poverty, and the country often faces fuel and electricity shortages. 

 


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