Business and Economic Analyses of Buhari’s Potential Second Term as Nigeria’s President [Updated]

Business and Economic Analyses of Buhari’s Potential Second Term as Nigeria’s President [Updated]

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His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that he would make himself available, again, for the office of the Presidency, Federal Republic of Nigeria. After that announcement, we have received many notes asking me to offer insights and perspectives on the business and economic implications of his declaration and (potentially) a second term of Mr. Buhari. By tomorrow, I will examine the implication of this announcement especially on the economy (and business) in the short term. Also, I will model the long term impact of Buhari second presidency on Nigeria.

Disclosure: I work for both PDP and APC governments, and support all candidates. Simply, I am apolitical. My service to Nigeria is sequestered from any political ideology.

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday declared his intention to seek re-election in 2019 for the highest office in Nigeria, the Presidency, Premium Times reports.

President Buhari made the declaration at a closed-door meeting of the National Executive Council of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The President said he was responding to the clamour by Nigerians to re-contest in 2019, adding that he wanted to give NEC the honour of notifying them first.

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