Dictator Buhari has said the impact of his projects will only be felt by Nigerians after he must have left office in 2023.
This was disclosed by the dictator whilst inaugurating the new board of Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority [NSIA] at the State House, Abuja, on Thursday, September 2.
He claimed that his regime is working in partnership with NSIA on projects across Nigeria.
Dictator Buhari said his regime is committed to long term projects that will create jobs for Nigerians.
With respect to job creation, it is important to note that in the run-up to the 2015 general elections, dictator Buhari pledged to create three million jobs for Nigerians every year if elected president, but he has disowned this campaign pledge, with unemployment skyrocketing under the tyrant.
During his speech at the State House, he said he is partnering with the public and private sectors to execute such projects as: the Second Niger Bridge, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Presidential Fertiliser Initiative and Healthcare Development, amongst others.
He claimed that the wider impact of these projects can only be felt after he must have left office in 2023.