Mùhammádù Bùhárí

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Muhammadu Buhari
Muhammadu Buhari - Chatham House cropped.jpg
7th & 15th President of Nigeria
Lọ́wọ́lọ́wọ́
Ó gun orí àga
29 May 2015
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
Asíwájú Goodluck Jonathan
In office
31 December 1983 – 27 August 1985
Chair of the Supreme Military Council
Vice President Tunde Idiagbon (Chief of Staff)
Asíwájú Shehu Shagari (President)
Arọ́pò Ibrahim Babangida (Chair of the Armed Forces Ruling Council)
Minister of Petroleum Resources
Lọ́wọ́lọ́wọ́
Ó gun orí àga
11 November 2015
Asíwájú Diezani Allison-Madueke
Gómínà ìpínlẹ̀ Bọ̀nú
In office
3 February 1976 – 15 March 1976
Asíwájú Position established
Arọ́pò Mustapha Amin
Governor of the Northeastern State
In office
1 August 1975 – 3 February 1976
Asíwájú Musa Usman
Arọ́pò Position abolished
Personal details
Ọjọ́ìbí 17 Oṣù Kejìlá 1942 (1942-12-17) (ọmọ ọdún 75)
Daura, Northern Region, Nigeria[1][2]
(now Daura, Katsina State, Nigeria)
Political party All Progressives Congress
Spouse(s) Safinatu Yusuf (m. 1971–1988) «start: (1971)–end+1: (1989)»"Marriage: Safinatu Yusuf to Mùhammádù Bùhárí" Location:Àdàkọ:Placename/adr (linkback://yo.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%B9hamm%C3%A1d%C3%B9_B%C3%B9h%C3%A1r%C3%AD)
Aisha Halilu (m. 1989–present) «start: (1989)»"Marriage: Aisha Halilu to Mùhammádù Bùhárí" Location:Àdàkọ:Placename/adr (linkback://yo.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%B9hamm%C3%A1d%C3%B9_B%C3%B9h%C3%A1r%C3%AD)
Children 10
Alma mater Nigerian Military Training College
Mons Officer Cadet School
U.S. Army War College
Website Official website
Military service
Nickname(s) Baba go slow[3][4]
Allegiance  Nigeria
Service/branch Flag of the Nigerian Army Headquarters.svg Nigerian Army
Years of service 1961–1985
Rank Major General
*Yemi Osinbajo served as Acting President from 19 January 2017 – 13 March 2017 and 7 May 2017 – 21 August 2017 while Buhari received medical treatment.

Muhammadu Buhari (bíi Ọjọ́ ketàdínlógún, Oṣù Kejìlá Odún 1942) jẹ́ Aàrẹ orílẹ̀ èdè Nàíjíríà tí wón dìbò yàn sípò lati odún 2015. Ó jẹ́ ògágun Méjọ̀ Gẹ́nẹ́rà tí ó ti fèyìntì àti pé ó j̣e olórí orílẹ̀ èdè Nàíjíríà lati 31 Oṣù kejìlá odún 1983 sí Oṣù kẹjó odún 1985, léyìn tí ó fi ọ̀nà èbùrú kúùpù ológun gbàjọre.[5][6]


Àwọn Ìtókasí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. "Muhammadu Buhari Presidential Candidate". thisisbuhari.com. Retrieved 8 February 2015. 
  2. "Muhammad Buhari". Enyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved 8 February 2015. 
  3. Magnoswki, Daniel. "Buhari Goes From Nigeria's Change Champion to 'Baba Go Slow'". Bloomberg. Retrieved 6 September 2015. 
  4. Buhari, Muhammadu. "From Baba Buhari Am Now Being Called Baba 'Go Slow' – 22/07/15". YouTube. Retrieved 6 September 2015. 
  5. "Military Regime of Buhari and Idiagbon, January 1984 - August 1985". Retrieved 12 September 2013. 
  6. Max Siollun (October 2003). "Buhari and Idiagbon: A Missed Opportunity for Nigeria". Dawodu.com. http://www.dawodu.com/siollun3.htm. Retrieved 12 September 2013.