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100 days in office

17 Sep 2019
Over time, the idea of 100 days in office has been used to measure the success or failure of governments. While famous American writer and author, Kenneth T. Walsh, believes that 100 days should not be the ideal yardstick to establish the success or otherwise of a leader or government
9 Sep 2019
Nigeria's Presidency has said President Muhammadu Buhari shouldn't be rated in the time frame of 100 days. “You don’t access a returning government according to 100 days in office because that government is a continuum," President Muhammadu Buhari's spokesman Femi Adeshina said on ChannelsTV's Sunday Politics. Adesina said the assessment of a government 100 days…

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