Nigeria’s incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, who recently won his re-election bid, has said this will be his final term in office. Disclosing this on Twitter, Buhari said,”At the end of this second and final term, I will, God willing, return to Daura and settle down. Until then, I will continue to do my best for Nigeria, in security, infrastructure, jobs, fighting corruption. I will work even harder than I have done; I will not let Nigerians down.” Recall 76-year-old Buhari of All Progressives Congress (APC) garnered 15.2million votes compared with 11.3million for Atiku Abubakar’s People’s Democratic Party(PDP). The election turnout was 35.6 percent, the electoral commission said, which compared with 44% in the 2015 presidential election.Buhari won in 19 states – including the two most populous, Lagos and Kano – while Abubakar was victorious in 17.