President Buhari won a closely fought election back in February.
But now comes the hard part, as Nigeria’s leader is faced with a daunting to-do list.
Tackling a range of problems, including corruption, economic slowdown, and security threats.
Nigerians may have given Buhari another chance- but can he make a real difference this second time around?
CGTN’s Phil Ihaza reports from Abuja, Nigeria.
- Louis Keumayou is a journalist and president of the African Information Club.
- Temi Ibirogba is a program and research associate for the Africa Program at the Center for International Policy.
- Ugo Nwekeji is associate professor of African American studies and former director of the Center for African Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
- Alkasim Abdulkadir is a freelance journalist and public affairs commentator.
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