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You Must Do Your Best Amidst Scarce Resources, Buhari Lectures African Leaders

President Muhammadu Buhari has emphasized the importance of leaders, particularly in the West African sub-region, doing the best they can for their people despite limited resources.

The president spoke Friday at the State House in Abuja, where he gave a farewell audience to Burkina Faso’s Ambassador, Piabie Firmin Gregoire N’do, who had served in the country for eight years.

He said: “Leaders should do the best for their people within the limits of resources.”

President Muhammadu Buhari expressed the expectation that the departed envoy would use his field experience “for decision-making in your country when you return.”

Earlier in his speech, Ambassador N’do offered the best wishes of his country and himself to Nigeria, praising President Buhari for his diplomatic efforts, which have seen Nigerians lead several international organizations.

He also thanked Nigeria for its various forms of assistance to Burkina Faso throughout the flooding disaster, national elections, and other critical periods.

The envoy said he enjoyed his time in Nigeria, where he had his last daughter and had many fond memories. READ ALSO: Certain Nigerians Deliberately Poisonous To Buhari’s Administration – Oshiomole

President Buhari joked that he named his daughter after a Nigerian.

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President Muhammadu Buhari has emphasized the importance of leaders, particularly in the West African sub-region, doing the best they can for their people despite limited resources.

The president spoke Friday at the State House in Abuja, where he gave a farewell audience to Burkina Faso’s Ambassador, Piabie Firmin Gregoire N’do, who had served in the country for eight years.

He said: “Leaders should do the best for their people within the limits of resources.”

President Muhammadu Buhari expressed the expectation that the departed envoy would use his field experience “for decision-making in your country when you return.”

Earlier in his speech, Ambassador N’do offered the best wishes of his country and himself to Nigeria, praising President Buhari for his diplomatic efforts, which have seen Nigerians lead several international organizations.

He also thanked Nigeria for its various forms of assistance to Burkina Faso throughout the flooding disaster, national elections, and other critical periods.

The envoy said he enjoyed his time in Nigeria, where he had his last daughter and had many fond memories. READ ALSO: Certain Nigerians Deliberately Poisonous To Buhari’s Administration – Oshiomole

President Buhari joked that he named his daughter after a Nigerian.

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