Garba Shehu, spokesperson to former President Muhammadu Buhari, has revealed that his principal has been busy with farming activities.
In a statement issued on Thursday to mark Buhari’s 100 days out of office, Garba Shehu noted that the former president’s decision to leave the nation’s capital for Daura in Katsina State was to allow President Bola Tinubu’s administration to function undistracted.
He said, “This week, President Muhammadu Buhari clocked 100 days away from office after completing two terms of four years each as President of Nigeria.
“He chose to stay in Daura to be far away from Abuja in order not to distract the new APC administration and in the hope also that the distance would make it possible for him to have a good rest and to care for his farm, which had not received as much attention as it needed while he was away.
“He goes to the farm four days a week and is upbeat about how well the crops and his animals are doing. He gets a good rest, but the visits have not diminished.”