They Call Me “Baba Go Slow”, Buhari Says, But Insists He’ll go “Slow and Steady”
President Muhammadu Buhari has decried those calling him ‘Baba Go Slow’ stressing that he would prefer to go slowly and steady in administering the country.
The President stated these while speaking at an interactive session with Nigerians in the Diaspora at the Nigerian Embassy in Washington DC, United States, where he is on a four-day visit.
He said: “Within the past two weeks, I am being asked when I am going to form my cabinet. And in some quarters they are now calling me ‘Baba Go Slow’.
“I am going to go slow and steady. Nigerians should be patient to allow this administration put some sense into governance and deal with corruption.”
He also pledged to study the Diaspora Bill with a view to signing it into law as being demanded by Nigerians in the Diaspora.