Ten Things Nigeria’s Buhari Will Have to Deal With in Term Two

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Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari officially begins his second and final term on Wednesday following his re-election in February.

Despite his large winning margin, the next four years won’t be easy for the 76-year-old former general. Here are some of the key issues he’ll face while at the helm of Africa’s biggest oil producer and most-populous nation.

  1. Growth and Inflation
  2. Revenue and Debt
  3. The Naira
  4. Foreign Investment
  5. Fuel Prices
  6. Oil and Nigerian National Petroleum Corp.
  7. Blackouts and Gridlocked Ports
  8. Islamic State and Boko Haram
  9. Corruption
  10. Booming Population


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