Footage of Ex-President Buhari walking on the street of Daura storms internet (Video)

Former head of state and President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has been captured talking a walk on the street of Daura, his beloved hometown he relocated to after serving public office.

The two term Democratic serving leader, demonstrates a bit of exercise as he walks on one of the scantily crowded streets of Daura.

The footage also captured two guards serving as escorts behind him.

People who recorded the scene, were thrilled and marveled at the sight of him.

Watch video below;

After successfully completing his second tenure as president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and handing over power to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on May 29, 2023, former President Muhammadu Buhari returned to his hometown, Daura in Katsina State the same day.

He was received by a mammoth crowd of supporters, friends and well-wishers. The following day, he was hosted to a special durbar by the Emir of Daura. Different dignitaries, including former ministers and aides who served under the former president, graced the occasion.

However, after the ceremony, attention is now on whether he would stay in Daura, which is a few kilometers away from the border between Nigeria and Niger Republic or Kaduna, where he stayed before becoming president in 2015. Daura, his hometown, is said to be among the biggest cities in Katsina State but with poor social amenities.

Buhari’s hometown is one of the 34 local government areas in Katsina and one of the most populous towns in the state. It has played a pivotal role in the history of the state, producing people that became popular, not only in Nigeria but Africa and the whole world. Notable among them are Bayajidda and Sani Zangon Daura.

Also, Daura Emirate has a long history that dates back to 9th and 10th centuries during the Bayajidda (Abuyazidu) time.

It was gathered that before Buhari became the president of the country, there was no university in Daura and their only hospital was at a lower level. Daura also lacked a federal medical centre; hence they had to refer patients to Katsina State general hospitals or and other places.

The town also lacked adequate road network and good schools, such that residents migrated to either Katsina town or Kano, some even to Niger Republic for better living, especially those that are rich.

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