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Things Nigerians Should Expect After May 29 Inauguration - Buhari

Within less than 24 hours to May 29th. President Muhammadu Buhari would be sworn into office for another four years.

So much is expected from the president in another four years, as according to him, “This is the Fifth and the last time of standing for an election in Nigeria.”
However, Nigerians expectations are beyond flamboyant and flowery speeches as it symbolizes the beginning of next level promises.
Here are some of his campaign promises which can be looked up to:
*Promise to take Nigeria to the next level
*To engage 1 million N-Power graduates with jobs.
*To train 10 million Nigerians in vacational skills.
*Plans to give 1 million farmers inputs and jobs via Anchor borrowers scheme.
*Create 1.5 million jobs through beef, livestock and crop programmes.
*Create 5 million jobs through mechanised agriculture.
*Provide $500m innovation fund for Tech and creative sector to create 500,000 jobs in Nigeria.
*To also train over 200,000 youths for outsourcing market in tech services and entertainment.
*Create 6 regional industrial parks and economic zones in Northern & Southern Regions.
*Increases children fed through the school feeding programme from 9.3 million to 15 million.
*To provide 300, 000 extra jobs for vendors and farmers.
*Completion of coastal rail (Lagos-Calabar), 2nd Niger Bridge, East-West road, Abuja-Kaduna-Zaria to Kano road among others.
*Completion Ibadan-Kano rail, Port Harcourt-Maiduguri rail, etc.
*To make broadband coverage to 120,000 km of fibre network across the country.
*Increase power generation by 1000MW every year.
*Raises power distribution to 7000MW; 9 universities, 300 markets and clusters to have interrupted power stability.
*To implement $550m rural electrification programme.
*TraderMoni beneficiaries to be increased from 2.3 million to 10 million annually.
*To establish 109 One Stop Shops of all regulatory agencies (CAC,NAFDAC, SON, etc).
*To retrain all teachers in public primary and secondary schools in Nigeria.
*The use of co-payments to share the cost of health insurance between individuals, the private sector and government.
*40% of Nigerians to be exempted from co-payments.
*Increasing population covered by primary health care from 12.6% to 45 % in 2020.

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