The Nigerian leader said the impatience of some citizens could be understood, but assured of a better future for all.
The citizens took part in a series of protests that held across the country on Thursday against poverty, corruption and insecurity.
As the country clocks 60, we take a trip down memory lane to remind ourselves how far we have come.
The Nigerian preacher rose to fame as a voice for public good, but he has been reluctant to condemn the ills of the Buhari administration.
The minister works and housing says Nigerians have been looking in the wrong place for government intervention.
The Nigerian president glorifies his administration, despite worsening insecurity, corruption, nepotism and inflation.
The Nigerian leader said fuel would continue to sell at high rates, ignoring the diminishing purchasing power of citizens.
While some are of the opinion that Nigeria’s Independence Day is not worth celebrating, others feel there are still hopes for improvement after 60 years of self-rule.
Nigerians are taking to the streets worldwide to protest widespread poverty, insecurity, crippling loans, worsening attacks on human rights, amongst others.
“Our founding fathers understood the imperative of structuring a National identity using the power of the state.”