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General Ibrahim Babangida, the former head of state of the Nigerian military, has stated that history will judge him for his contribution to Nigeria, emphasizing that he gave the nation his all in his duty.

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Learning more about the nation and forming friends from all walks of life, according to Babangida, was his greatest accomplishment.

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Speaking to reporters at his Minna, Niger State, hilltop home, the former Nigerian leader did acknowledge using both conversation and coercion as leadership philosophies.

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Upon being questioned about his accomplishments as Head of State, he stated, “I did my best to serve the country.”

It might not meet your expectations exactly, but I did the best I could; history will have to decide.

“I had a decent rapport with the populace of the nation. Being well-travelled, I got to know the country better and had no issues with them.

I considered making friends throughout the nation to be one of my greatest accomplishments.

IBB, as he is commonly called, advised Nigerian youth to learn about their nation since they will be the leaders of the future.

“As young people, you have the chance to learn about the nation, its people, and its culture. If you can accomplish that or comprehend that, in general, I think that will go a long way to prepare you for the eventual leadership of the nation.”

“You are put in a leadership position, and your role is to lead others, just like any other style. You create an environment where people look to you to address specific issues or allay their anxieties,” he continued.

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