By Toby Prince
The presidency has said President Muhammadu Buhari shouldn’t be rated in the time frame of 100 days.
Presidential spokesman Femi Adeshina made this known on ChannelsTV’s Sunday Politics.
“You don’t access a returning government according to 100 days in office because that government is a continuum,” he said.
Adesina said the assessment of a government 100 days in office is only done in the first term and not to a returning government. He said the Americans don’t apply the 100 days assessment on returning government.
“Where we copied the concept of 100 days from, America, they don’t do it with a 2nd term President or Governor.”
He maintained that the administration has progressed on its change promises in the first term and even if the present administration will be accessed within the time frame of 100 days it has achieved in the three key campaign promises- security, infrastructure, and economy.
Buhari won the second term in office on February 23. He defeated former ally and closest challenger, Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) with 3,928,869 votes.